Category Archives: Policy

If it’s purely economic reasoning applied, then I don’t use this tag, and vice versa.

That’s rare though. If it’s about policy then politics cannot be ignored.

Neurotechnology mainstreaming in highschool science, in order to capitalize on opportunities and be sufficiently informed to mitigate risks (1st review draft notes – conceptual)

Reviewing the Ontario grades 9-12 science curriculum, the following would be fairly unobtrusive ways to introduce many aspects of neurotechnologies into the curriculum: Related topics/concepts presently included in grades 9-10 curriculum: – angles of incidence/reflection/refraction: these are related to photonics. … Continue reading

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Net neutrality rehash

Setting lower speed limits for small players is not right. Consumers should be empowered to make these choices through the bandwidth speeds they pay for. (This is the status quo.) It should not be left to the ISPs to decide … Continue reading

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Man-in-the-middle attack for Zersetzung-style political suppression, eugenics or other purposes, by combinations of psychometric profiling and suggestively introduced (sonic or electromagnetic) directions. Illustration of risk.

  Together with the graphic entry on ‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification. A.k.a., computer-programmable statements of thought reform … … and the example of a specific operationalization of this concept in ‘would do’ and ‘would say’ modification: Encounter severely (non-fatal) … Continue reading

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Theory: jotting down some words is fundamentally different from invasive neural monitoring for oppressive and dominance purposes

Theory: jotting down a few notes about an observation is essentially not similar to obtaining measures of neural recordings for oppressive and dominance purposes. They DO in fact both involve some recording or transcription process. For which reason it is … Continue reading

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In order to respect people, do whatever they do not want. Because you wouldn’t want to treat them like babies, would you?

Anyone who is not a baby, because they are not a baby, it’s just OK to do any thing to them, especially things they do not want. So basically, doing things to people that they do not want is a … Continue reading

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One way to express a common misdirection in thinking about the intersection of human sexuality and conflict in history, as pertains to genetic questions, in particular those which promote eugenics views involving pro-rape anti-weakness positions

Theoretical statement: Percentage rape frequency is a proxy for a culture’s vigourousness and strength, in particular in the long-run. Some views that follow from this are that if a culture bans rape, the culture (in particular its military potency) will become … Continue reading

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When “I told you so” is the last thing you want to be warranted in saying

A site from Russian hackers is live streaming thousands of hacked video surveillance devices, live online. These hacked video surveillance devices are in Canada. More here.   Video surveillance, if any, should be closed circuit and extractbale for reviewing only … Continue reading

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Not in prison is proof of rule the world #18402: It’s not proof of power unless it’s criminal or unless it is non-consensual

A person is not powerful unless they are doing things that people do not want and getting away with it. For example, one is not powerful unless one commits crimes and remains (at present) not in prison. One is not … Continue reading

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Theory: People who commit crimes committed crimes, not each and every individual who did not stop some particular crime

Trying to convince people that failing to stop a crime is itself some sort of guiltable offense, and thus to prevent them from speaking of the facts of some crime, constitutes blackmail. This angle is common to the “so sorry” … Continue reading

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“Tough on IT security”

We need more “tough on IT security” legislation which vigorously enables consumers and businesses to more easily assure themselves of their IT security.

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