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Tech-Gate: What Is This Device?

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A friend writes, “This item was installed this past week on the street light on my street & also more in the area. Are we being monitored by big government?  I hope not, but does anyone care to explain or otherwise serve up your best guess?”

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Here are some of the responses he got:
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If you use the Lords’ name in vain, you will get fined $150 over the internet.
 
Free wi-fi for everybody.
 
Has everybody got their tinfoil hats yet?
 
Nobody saw this thing being installed so shoot it & wait & see who comes to fix it!
 
I sent him some images from my collection of tech-weaponry, along with my own ideas:
Well, yes, we are being spied upon by our government. Every email, every phone convo... Thank you Bush-Obama for shredding the Constitution, etc., etc.
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My guess is it's a device that will receive or allow transmission. They can track anyone with a cell phone - maybe this device boosts or hones the info from satellites, sending it on to the police. It has two antennae.
Have you seen these devices?
Dragonfly bot - supposedly still in the lab.  It can pick up and transmit audio and visual.  

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Send that bot into a crowd and listen up.  Grab facial images.  But maybe that little bot needs a boost in transmission power, so the device on your streetlamp may be to assist the little bug.
Talon Storm - here's another miniature device supposedly still in the lab stage. Notice this lethal mini weapon has the same two antennae like the device on your street lamp.  I gotta think this is to allow remote control.
Here's a mini flying spy device - notice the antenna? This is an armored and armed device:
Now, you really wanna start worrying if you see plants like this one... an I-Pod
I’d have to vote for the last suggestion – shoot it down and wait to see who fixes it.
 
On a more serious note, check out Ray Louis’ Twitphilia & Twitanoia: Controlling Technology.
 
 

 

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In 2004, Rady Ananda joined the growing community of citizen journalists. Initially focused on elections, she investigated the 2004 Ohio election, organizing, training and leading several forays into counties to photograph the 2004 ballots. She officially served at three recounts, including the 2004 recount. She also organized and led the team that audited Franklin County Ohio's 2006 election, proving the number of voter signatures did not match official results. Her work appears in three books.

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