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Apple Developing a Razor Edge Spy in the Sky
SUN TANNING IN THE YARD MIGHT NOW REVEAL YOUR BUTT ZITTS FROM OUTER SPACE
APPLE WANTS ITS OWN PHOTOS AND MAPS
USED ON BILLIONS OF IPHONES
AND IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY...
Written by Frank Weltner of the American USSR staff.
Apple wants to horn in on Google's mapping and street photography services, because it's good business to dominate these markets on the lucrative cell phone business. To this effect, Apple has purchased complex military grade software and hardware to insure that when your privacy is invaded by Apple's satellite, it will be done better than ever before.
In an article in The UK Daily Mail entitled "Beware the Spy in the Sky," Apple's new satellite mapping and photographic service will be far superior to the present day 3D service which is the standard of our day. The new method will bare all from the sky, and, if you step outside, you are fair game for the very gay Apple Eye.
I searched Vimeo for the film I embedded below that might just illustrate the irony of privacy over the most intimate things in our world which are now stepped on by the explosion of public exposures on Google Earth, Facebook, Twitter, and other psychotic Internet venues concerning our once hidden pregnancies, marital indiscretions, girlfriend mishaps, dating snafus, who is poking who and where, and that new pair of shoes we bought but didn't need really. It illustrates much of what we are up against including surreal yellow balloons symbolic of surreal emails waiting in our hellish inbox that all of us receive now and then and don't know how to react to. You might give it a try to see what I mean by this...
I'M SAYING GOOD-BYE PRIVATELY
THIS WAY, NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW...
Gone Goodbye - A short film from Session 7 Media on Vimeo.
And now, back to Apple's advanced razor-sharp eye in space which the psychotic eyeball gropers inside the CIA might use next year to keep their little fascist eyes on you with the hope of sending you to prison for those terrorist threats you made to the order taker at the McDonalds Drive-Thru when you thought no one could see you and you asked her to grant you a hot date or you'd light an innocent stink bomb inside the restaurant's men's room. Not that you have any right to object to it going viral on the Internet because they were filming you. Who even cares how you got fired because of it when the video of you asking for a date attained Eternal life while zinging through a thousand satellites and half a billion iPhones.
Needless to say, for those of us who might have once been interested in personal privacy, our cause seems to be losing. Apple seems to be taking a rather Facebookish "kiss off" approach.
Besides, everybody is doing it. For instance, Google.
Apple, of course, might be the least of your HD
worries. The next thing you know, the newest Hubble Telescope may be focusing on
Earth and sticking its eyeball into your bottom line when you expect total
privacy but left your window open thinking you were safe on the fortieth floor,
but it turned out you were wrong, because now it's all over the Internet and
going viral on the government website.
Evidently, in the real world privacy has become a thing of the past along with Constitutional guarantees of freedom of speech, protection from home searches by the police, and cameras that can see through clothing at the airport where people are endlessly groped and treated like absolute trash. Not that there's anything wrong with this. The new electronic age is the age of vast collections of Tweets, Facebook confessions, FBI dossiers and personal porn sites. No one is interested in privacy, but in just the opposite which means personal branding for the edification of girls, guys, dogs, the CIA, and whatever else. You name it.
The future may well be you for everyone to see.
So, please. Just get over it.
Know when you have been licked.
And remember, how everyone will be watching what you do next in 100% Apple space eye HD candy on their Iphones.
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