It seems that the talented engineers from Israel are getting most of Intel’s billions of investment money. Intel’s campus in Haifa is like Gaddafi ‘s palaces, as they have armed military guarding almost everything.
The usual way to securely identify a person used to be the individual’s fingerprint. Not anymore. Intel
wants to make sure they can uniquely identify you by screening your heartbeat.
Therefore, Intel has decided to invest in a company with specialized technology in this field.
The company in question is reportedly
an Israeli start-up called IDesia Biometric, and they particularly have this technology that could read and identify one’s heartbeat.
We’re not that happy with all these identification and screening technologies, as not a single citizen would be pleased to know he’s being monitored like a rat in a laboratory by tens of different state institutions, government agencies and private companies.
The most upsetting part is the fact that this type of technology will be implemented using the people’s money, after state authorities are bribed by the companies into manufacturing the required devices.
Gone are the times where citizen monitoring was only done after a court order was available for that specific individual. But it would be unethical for a company not to take advantage of anything doable that would bring its shareholders profit.