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Verizon wants to invade your privacy in your own -- All in the name of advertisements the company filing for -- -- that would target ads based on information.
That it collects from cameras and microphones.
In your living -- mud -- how we're spending on a set top box.
Imagine what goes on in the living room for example if an -- minutes how were to be heard in the living room it would prompt ads then from -- counseling.
Out of this thing in contrast sounds of romance the data may have been referring to my name -- you know grounding.
They -- breathing apparently get ads for contraceptives.
Shots of the judges hear that nobody -- -- -- -- -- what I did not write the intro.
But both digital and you know -- I don't.
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It's crazy but well it is it is crazy for a couple reasons know Verizon's going to to do this a Verizon which I think supplies your home.
Yet time and on cable television and other digital products and do it can't tell you about and had to get your -- sent otherwise they would violate.
State and federal privacy laws.
That's problem number one because some people saying no forget about it problem number two is if Verizon is in your living room.
The government is in your living.
Because the government has a habit of persuading the telecoms -- Not using the force of law not using pay a subpoena at -- using a search warrant by persuading telecoms.
To give them access to their information about us to -- think about six months before he resigned it.
General Petraeus gave a private speech and the and the transfer was leaked so we also the -- those of us who watch these things.
To a group of Telecom executives saying we will soon know.
What everyone is doing in their house on May want to know he apparently knew more about it than we thought he -- because he was talking.
To the people who would be providing him with the technology to -- turnout -- Verizon will claim you're gonna like this because we're gonna know what you need to we're gonna terror advertisement Daniels right but.
Who wants Big Brother whether -- -- nine Big Brother.
Or -- hateful Big Brother.
In the living.
What I -- -- ultimately.
Down the road what is your option not to have.
What you have a couple of telling me that you could tell -- orwellian inside Verizon to go take a hike what you disrupted he's slightly negative do that by saying no no I'm not I don't I don't want your equipment and enhance your suspicious -- -- I mean do you.
Trough off the box in your house and get that David anyway right my good -- of -- and I want your product but I don't want this device in my home.
Or you could say to Verizon I don't want your product I'll go to another provider gives you live in an area where you have a choice I -- -- New York City and very many choices supposed to say they -- -- -- -- Comcast -- I don't think it's exactly similar but at something.
Like -- Google was working out ahead of that -- like four years ago -- remember when that when a private entity does it.
We don't have to purchase their product but what we do accept the product assume that the government will happen.
I -- private entity does that we can tell what we want we can sale only want this I only want this I don't want that.
And then if they violate that you have a cause of action against them for violation of your privacy that's not what they fear -- -- a class action.
Against some for a violation of your privacy.
That's a team of lawyers representing millions of people whose privacy has been violated that will be a very expensive lawsuit.
For them to defend against told him they can what I mean it -- Justice Department we're doing its job they fear an indictment.
It from been invading privacy -- pitching -- homeland episode -- -- obsessed with us -- god are you don't test upon my sergeant -- -- there in the house that watch him -- a lot of you don't talk to Verizon they're going to be sitting homeland episodes before you ask what he heard us I don't know how badly you wanna see them you know what that I think people would.
Maybe agree to but if there's enough.
Outrage even before this product candidates do you think Verizon -- off because people -- I don't know Verizon well enough but let me say that's just the fact that they're getting that -- applied for a patent.
Doesn't mean they're gonna get the patent and doesn't mean they're going to use the product we are a couple of steps and probably a few years ahead of this game -- unless they are farther along on this and that led us to believe thank you judge Clinton -- Never -- them for eight sliver of -- second I actually light Connell -- -- repetitive Sussman pan plan I'm glad I'm discounting now unfortunately the show comes to an end.
It's kinda -- let -- -- -- is this Sunday correct I think there's two left for the season -- -- him last evening to mark.
Part time coming.