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Next Generation of spyPhone Cameras, Worse Than Your Nightmares, But REAL Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:00:02 [Preview] No. 12284
This is an article posted on /news/ but this is a tech-related article and its the SCARIEST FUCKING SHIT EVER!


1. New iPhone cameras will be see through fog, walls, anything covering them up.
2. Users will be able to take pictures of your naked body, they can see through clothing too! No matter what your age, who you are, whether you approve or not.
3. Users could spy through bathroom walls. Spy through their neighbors' apartments. This can be used for blackmail too, no doubt. ABSOLUTE DEATH OF PRIVACY.

Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:07:58 [Preview] No.12285 del
I really don't care about politics, left or right. This should shock people to the core! This is the absolute death of privacy and even security for that matter. Could you imagine if your foes could take nude photos of you at ANY TIME, and upload them to the internet to humiliate you!? With this tech, it will be 100% possible to do!

Can you imagine the pervs spying on your kids in the bathroom!? Or you? Or your wife or GF? Or at the Good Will while you are behind the curtain trying on a new pair of pants?

I'm shaking physically right now folks. Shaking.

Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:41:01 [Preview] No.12286 del
The technology mentioned in the video was already known in the mainstream at least 5 years ago ( https://youtube.com/watch?v=JWDocXPy-iQ[/youtube] &41;, so the military used said technology at least 10 years ago. The images used in the article is from 2015: [youtube]cDbGFT5rM0I [Embed]

In short, all cellphone towers and WIFI already is used to track at what part of the room you're in, while when applied to an electronic device like an iPhone, it's ultimately impossible to "opt out" of for those that use such devices, yet it would have to use some low latency mobile data to send the stream of the gathered information to the hidden NSA databases which by the way, all public buildings of the NSA and such are decoys. That infamous Utah data center is not the real location.

Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:41:50 [Preview] No.12287 del
I just read on an underground hacker board, they have fitted an iphone to a new spy satellite that's able to see through the entire earth from anywhere in orbit and see anyone without clothing! I can imagine the pervs at NSA orbiting to get the perfect shot between a girls legs, disgusting invasion of privacy.

Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:45:51 [Preview] No.12288 del
Realistically speaking, that's fucking impractical, they don't need to use a goddamn iPhone to do that.

Anonymous 01/25/2018 (Thu) 16:48:09 [Preview] No.12289 del
Oh we all know the military is at least 20 years advanced than what is slowly released out to the public. So yah, intelligence agencies likely have been using this for a while.

That's hard to believe a group of hackers have access to a military satellite, but I bet a State-actor could do such a thing.

Anonymous 01/26/2018 (Fri) 01:40:45 [Preview] No.12290 del
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>quantum imaging technologies
Are you kidding me?
Stop spreading this clickbait shit here.
>little time to fully develop
There's not even a start to it. We (humanity) know nothing about this thing.
Speculation only.
<<original article from alphr
<<not even linking to original source
>Lytro camera
>Light L16
These cameras have absolutely nothing to do with this. They just use stack focus techniques, they don't see "through walls" using it.
>work at wavelengths of light
>take photos through fog or thick falling snow.
Nope. Not exactly. Infra-red could only allow thermal imaging, not to look thourgh it, because of Tyndall effect. So, we could see if a animal is there, but not "through fog".
>article linked
>"image is accurately reconstructed through the light fluctuations measured by a single-pixel detector"
This is not wavelenghts. This works as a sonnar and MRI, by sending a signal and measuring the reflect of this signal.

tl;dr clickbait and BO should delect this 'fakenews'.
Also, go fuck youself OP. Fuck off to 4chan and never come back, cancer.

Anonymous 01/26/2018 (Fri) 02:00:18 [Preview] No.12292 del
pcauthority.com.au is not clickbait

military has had this tech for years

Anonymous Board owner 01/26/2018 (Fri) 05:46:00 [Preview] No.12294 del
>a animal
>he didn't use the report function

The tech described in the original article https://theconversation.com/the-next-generation-of-cameras-might-see-behind-walls-90258 is nothing new, just sensationalized, while your mistaken interpretation cannot be extracted from the article you've posted which is a copy paste job of another article that also copy and pasted another article. Everything you've said is based on a misunderstanding of the actual use of the technology used. If you just copy pasted the actual contents of the article, I probably wouldn't lock this thread because you have some problems understanding it and had failed to give out a real breakdown, replaced "smartphones" with iPhone (but it's about camera tech, not next gen smartphones) and the stupid clothing remover nonsense while your third point is partially true but it's absolutely not at the level as you've described. I'm locking this thread as a reminder for you to spend some time to digest and think about what you're sharing. This isn't really newsworthy. Make a bad OP again and I'll just delete that thread since I know you use a VPN. Don't be so disrespectful to our users' input. If you have any honor, please don't act so dishonorable.

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