2019 Aug 11, 3:32pm
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San Diego has installed thousands of microphones and cameras in so-called smart streetlamps in recent years as part of a program to assess traffic and parking patterns throughout the city.However, the technology over the last year caught the attention of law enforcement. When police officers picked up Hernandez last summer, they had never used a streetlamp camera in an investigation.Today, such video has been viewed in connection with more than 140 police investigations. Officers have increasingly turned to the footage to help crack cases, as frequently as 20 times a month.
Facial recognition, like most new tech, is over-hyped.
Put your car under an LLC
Don't ever give out your home address.
This won't do anything. You can find the owner/president of most LLC's in under 10 minutes on the SOS website, at least here in IL. As someone that has needed to search people out for a living, LLC's don't do shit to protect you from being found, just liability personally (and even that doesn't always work). I've yet to not be able to find a phone number or address of a person I needed to locate via public records or paid third party programs/apps.
This is literally impossible. Your car is going to need a physical address
You have to have an ID to drive said car with your physical address on it.
no reason for anyone to be after me.
There is zero requirement that the LLC be in your name, so with the right process, any assets under it will trace back to, nothing.
Ghost address, again, not yours. Same applies to every other example you listed.
There's a registered agent that requires a physical address. Sure, that can be someone else, have fun not paying that person just to get some privacy for auto registration.... after you've already given all your info for a drivers license.
Cool. Break the law.
If the lie is not for the purpose of defrauding anyone, or deriving any financial benefit, then it's not illegal. There are court cases supporting this.No system is as powerful as they'd like you to believe. Just like most things in life, it's up to you whether you want to shackle yourself or not.