Quantcast
[ 3 / biz / cgl / ck / diy / fa / g / ic / jp / lit / sci / tg / vr / vt ] [ index / top / reports / report a bug ] [ 4plebs / archived.moe / rbt ]

Due to resource constraints, /g/ and /tg/ will no longer be archived or available. Other archivers continue to archive these boards.Become a Patron!

/g/ - Technology


View post   

[ Toggle deleted replies ]
File: 987 KB, 759x884, Capture.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202365 No.68202365 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

https://archive.fo/ZZvaJ

SWEDEN YES

>> No.68202401
File: 126 KB, 402x398, 1421250340062.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202401

>>68202365
Imagine being such a cuck that you willingly get tagged like livestock.

>> No.68202406

>>68202365
> Some hipster faggots in Stockholm are doing something

HURRDURR ALL SWEDES XD

>> No.68202408

>>68202365
>white
>swedish
nope

>> No.68202428 [DELETED] 

>microchip under the skin
>migrant dick in the ass

the life of the average Swedish male

>> No.68202429

>>68202406
Fuck off Jesper, go buy more Switch games for your cuckshed.

>> No.68202444
File: 79 KB, 1099x605, 1508812831266.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202444

>>68202408
>>68202428

>> No.68202463

>>68202406
This. I've never heard anyone doing this here outside of this one particular story.

>> No.68202465 [DELETED] 
File: 109 KB, 600x625, swedennnn.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202465

what happened to sweden...

>> No.68202477
File: 457 KB, 750x1083, 1539922910267.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202477

>>68202444
it hurts because it's so true

>> No.68202480

>>68202401
IMAGINE BEING SUCH A KEK THAT YOU WILLINGLY GET AN IDENTITY CARD LIKE AN INMATE HAHA

>> No.68202491

>>68202444
trips confirm

>> No.68202504

>inb4 janny moves this thread to /pol/

>> No.68202508

>>68202480
Spotted the rustled swede. Imagine thinking a piece of plastic in your wallet is even remotely comparable to an RFID chip under your skin.

>> No.68202513

>>68202365
Shit that doesn't happen for 1000. please.

>> No.68202580

>>68202401

Rfid chips on Bank cards.
Having ID card in you.
Having a phone on you.

ITS THE SAME THING YOU DINGUS.

>> No.68202597

>>68202508
t. inmate
Body chips are the future, old man.

>> No.68202598

Literally gayer than piercing

>> No.68202616

>>68202365
Thousands of Americans have their penis mutilated at birth as a form of mind control via sexual torture

>> No.68202622

>>68202616
oy vey...................

>> No.68202628

>>68202580
You can change out those tags by getting a new card.
The only way to change out an embedded chip is surgery. Fully retarded.

>> No.68202651
File: 100 KB, 476x700, 1.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202651

>>68202580
You can leave your phone and wallet at home. Doing the same with an RFID chip would require cutting your hand open. You are beyond retarded.

>>68202597
You call me an inmate while you are your own prison.

>> No.68202654

>>68202477
based grandson, boomers destroyed

>> No.68202671

>>68202651
SEETHING boomer is getting phased out.

>> No.68202688

>>68202480

A driving license is an identity card. Nobody wanted to implement ID cards (Kennkarte) because the Nazis did it. But that doesn't mean countries didn't do it under another guise after the war.

My grandfather sent away for his first driving license by post in the early 1930s (UK). Didn't even need a picture. Or a driving test. Slowly but surely over the years he had to go get his picture taken when it was up for renewal.

Now driving licenses (at least in the UK, and I imagine the rest of Europe because EU) contain your name, DOB, place of birth, how long the license is valid for, what class your license is valid for, your address and a photographic ID. US driving licenses go further with eye colour, sex and your height.

No need to implement a Kennkarte. It's called a driving license.

>> No.68202707

>>68202688
>because the Nazis did it
wtf these chips are absolutely fascist

>> No.68202743

>>68202444
savage

>> No.68202759

>>68202406
you're all cashless anyway, just wait

>> No.68202766

>>68202365
why dont he put that chip into his ear holes
it's a no brainer desu
get a fucking necklace and put that shit on top of it, get a fucking wristband, get a fucking nose piercing and let your rfid dangle off it.
not even an anal plug is as invasive as this
why those biomod (literally biohax) faggots think this shit is so cool
the most common use case for this type of uniquely identifying thing would be
targeted advertising with use of these as tracking beacons. great
what goes through one's head when they put a Corporate shell into their body. Dude. Do you take it off when you leave work, or what.

>> No.68202779

>>68202766
WE LIVE

>> No.68202787

>>68202688
>Now driving licenses (at least in the UK, and I imagine the rest of Europe because EU)
you're behind the curve m8
they now include non printed bio metric shenanigans

>> No.68202788

>>68202365
get infection and die desu
betcha case like this already happened lol

>> No.68202804

>>68202787
What bio metric shenanigans?

>> No.68202806
File: 158 KB, 498x382, 1524017418649.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68202806

>>68202671
I'm 18 and I think that any sort of body modification is a sign of mental illness. Other creatures out in the wild have no desire to implant shit in under their skin, or mutilate themselves in any other way. Healthy humans have no desire to do this either. It's always the degenate genetic dead ends who are covered in tattoos and piercings, who dye their hair unnatural colors. They're mentally disturbed and it shows. If anyone is being phased out, it's these faggots whose suicide, overdose, and HIV rates are off the charts.

Hurry up and get your implant while it's still hot, Sven.

>> No.68202832

you already have uniquely identifying features what's the point of this
just track people's faces
they have phones
wake up

You know why employers do this, it's because they can't tap your phone so they're mad jelly lol. They might push their own apps onto you though. But like, there are better ways to perform surveillance.

>> No.68202853

>>68202401
>what is a Social Security Number
>what is an ID card

>> No.68202860

This seems like such a fucking psy-op.
>wow, look at this totally normal thing that's happening

>> No.68202864

>>68202853
Things that you can leave at home.

>> No.68202881

You know it's crazy when instead of removing a thing entirely, they make a new one.
Way to spot stupid tech

>> No.68202940

in a security aspect this is even worse than biometry. some of it would work with subject being inanimate, this thing could be just cut out of body entirely. gr8 10/10
in the future when 2deep2fakes will get so good you'll be required to do a small authenticatory employee dance before you'll be let into property.

note how this technology assumes inhumanness of literally everyone involved.

>> No.68202981

>>68202853
The article say "Having different cards and tokens verifying your identity to a bunch of different systems just doesn't make sense"

In USA the social security number not is designed for verifying identities of citizens.

>> No.68203017
File: 426 KB, 931x682, 13b.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68203017

>>68202940
>in the future when 2deep2fakes will get so good you'll be required to do a small authenticatory employee dance before you'll be let into property.
>floss to unlock your phone

>> No.68203041

>>68202365
>thousands of crackheads are injecting shit into their arm
Yeah, so?

>> No.68203046

>>68202806
back to r*ddit pathetic autist you're as bad as the swedes

>> No.68203069
File: 149 KB, 1280x720, 4ientSiB.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68203069

>>68202688
>driving license
I dont have driving license because i´m a 45-years-old that never learned how to drive. In my city it's so expensive to maintain a car, that it's convenient walk or use bicycles whenever you want. Societies need implement proper ids or microchips in our world of autonomous vehicles and public transportation.

>> No.68203088

>>68202408
Only Amerimutts are uncultured enough to identify by color

>> No.68203117

>>68202688
>a driving licence is different!
good goy

>> No.68203200

>>68203117
That's the complete opposite of what he said you blithering chuckle fuck.

>> No.68203228

>>68202688
You got that completely wrong with Hitler. The driver's license has been consistently renamed to Fahrerlaubnis, because it was originally called Führerschein. That's the only connection to Hitler they wanted to get rid of.

>> No.68203337

>>68203228
I said nothing about Hitler. I said the Nazis. They wanted to get rid of civilian identity cards which were introduced by the Nazis and made people uppity, but they still wanted to be able to accurately ID people. So the driving license became the alternative. Which is why the driving license went from being a slip of paper that said "$yourname is hereby allowed to drive a motor vehicle" to including as much detail as they do today. Renaming the driving license in Germany is just one of the de-Nazification measures taken after the war.

>> No.68203416

>>68203069
>it's so expensive to maintain a car
I make minimum wage and I can afford a newish car.

>> No.68203561

>>68202806
>I'm 18
Tits or GTFO whore

>> No.68203792

>>68202806
t. 60 y/o man pretending to be 18

>> No.68203806

>Swedish cucks

AYY LMAO

>> No.68203825

>>68202365
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jun/04/sweden-cashless-society-cards-phone-apps-leading-europe

Why are Swedes such cucks for the botnet?

>> No.68203849

>>68203825
they think that they are progressive

>> No.68203856

>>68202580
I can throw my wallet in a fire and go innawoods whenever

>> No.68203868

>>68202806
>Other creatures out in the wild have no desire to implant shit in under their skin, or mutilate themselves in any other way. Healthy humans have no desire to do this either.
Appeal to nature fallacy. No other creature has the desire to build or create either.

>> No.68203870

>>68203069
>Societies need implement proper ids or microchips in our world of autonomous vehicles and public transportation

Fuck that noise, you shouldn't be required to surrender your identity to use public transport. Cash should always be an option, and we need an anonymous wireless payment method too.

>> No.68203883

>>68202444
trips o truth

>> No.68203942

>>68202860
This. Bernays would be proud of whoever pushed that article.

>> No.68204089

>>68202477
Best photo ever

>> No.68204103

>>68202504
>implying jannies even have that ability

LMAO give me a break

>> No.68204145

Apart from being edgy cyberpunk retard, what is the benefit of this? How hard it is to just to use your damn phone?

>> No.68204149

>>68203825
There are a lot of lobotomized people here(Sweden).

>> No.68204151

>>68202806
Was with you until the tats. Fuck off and die 18yo boomer larp.

>> No.68204184

>>68202853
THESE DON'T MATTER BECAUSE HURRRRR

>> No.68204186
File: 435 KB, 1781x1019, jri_06.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204186

>>68202401
In ~20 years parents will willingly chip their children which will track their location, basic vital functions and will tell them when they are bullied, fapping or smoking weed.

And the best thing will be that the removal of these chips will be more expensive than inserting them (google will happily pay for insertion in exchange for collecting "anonymised" data) so many adults will simply learn to live with it.

The next wave will be elite schools requesting its stidents to be chipped before they enroll to prevent school schootings.

And before you know it, all citizens will have it to prevent them from terrorism, child pornography or wrongthink.

This is just begging.

>> No.68204202

>>68202806
>ANY sort of body modification is a sign of mental illness
So americans are mentally ill for being circumcised? AHAHAHAHAHAH

>> No.68204237

>>68204186
>In ~20 years parents will willingly chip their children which will track their location, basic vital functions and will tell them when they are bullied, fapping or smoking weed.
This is unironically a good thing. Not memeing.

>> No.68204284
File: 290 KB, 1200x942, 1537746008510.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204284

>>68204237
Look at korea or china. They treat their children like property for few decades now and the results are already visible on their society.

>> No.68204294

>>68202365
Have fun getting an MRI

>> No.68204344

>>68202806
Animals in the woods also have no desire to get in a metal box and roll it around at lethal speeds. They also don't like going into buildings or sitting in front of computers.

>> No.68204385

>>68204284
We'll turn into a xenophobic ethnostate that's a major world power? Count me in, but only if my wife can be property too.

>> No.68204442

>>68202429

Hahaha!! Whats the deal with alt-right spergs hating Nintendo?

>> No.68204469

>>68204442
mommy issues

>> No.68204481
File: 102 KB, 904x757, dimon.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204481

>>68204186

>> No.68204507
File: 31 KB, 400x400, Other _ Tech Lister.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204507

The cat has a microchip and owners. Who owns those swedish pets.
Swwwweeeedddissshhhh.

>>68202477
boomers are annoying

>> No.68204523

Only bigots don't get chipped.

>> No.68204532

And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

>> No.68204565

It would be fine if I could put the chip in my watch instead of under my skin.

>> No.68204694

>>68203868
Appeal to reddit fallacy. Birds nests, beaver lodges, bee hives, spider webs, and many more....exclamation
Animals making crude tools.

>> No.68204704
File: 254 KB, 800x600, 1528925463863.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204704

>>68202444

>> No.68204777

>>68204202
They unironically are.

>> No.68204841

>>68204202
The people performing the circumcisions are mentally ill for sure.

>> No.68204918

>>68204704
>they started it.
Oh cmon, Muslim nigger are naturally barbaric.

>> No.68204931

>>68202806
Everything you said is correct. Based zoomer.

>> No.68204953
File: 105 KB, 757x627, Apu Jensen - Deus Ex.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68204953

>>68202365
>Deus Ex predicted the future
>again

>> No.68205093
File: 5 KB, 271x186, (PNG Image, 271 × 186 pixels).png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68205093

>>68204694
>Birds nests, beaver lodges, bee hives, spider webs, and many more....exclamation

>comparing these memes to human structures
>literally comparing humans to animals at all

>> No.68205155

>>68202477
>sent off to supress an anti-colonial revolution for the French of all peoplr
>doesn't even know what his purpose

>> No.68205234

>>68204202
Yes

>> No.68205260

>>68205093
Anon, I don't know how to tell you this but...humans are part of the animal kingdom.

>> No.68205284

>>68204385
BASED

>> No.68205297

>>68204284
i don't get it

>> No.68205307

>>68205093
yea humans have much more in common with mold

>> No.68205360

i can't wait for cyberpunk to become reality so that being a fit boomer with proficient knowledge in everything tech related armed with a pistol becomes badass when i join the resistance

>> No.68205385

>>68202365

As swedes I refuse getting those chip implants.

>> No.68205398

>>68202365
I bet you faggots wouldn't even get a cyber eye implant.

>> No.68205415

based bible predicting this turn of events. truly we are in the end times lads

>> No.68205417
File: 97 KB, 645x729, 46a.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68205417

Brain brain implant instead.

>> No.68205471

>>68203825
Because convenience is king

>> No.68205613

>>68202365
Fucking Swedes

>> No.68206408
File: 230 KB, 360x640, 8%.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68206408

>Sweden

>> No.68206491

>>68206408
henrik seems like a cool dude

>> No.68206521

>>68202853
SSN is a zero-authentication-factor scheme that is fundamentally broken
ID cards should be opt-in

>> No.68206586

>>68202477
>Can't believe I fought in 'nam for this horseshit
Yeah, if boomers wouldn't have defeated the jungle gooks, the US would be a communist hellhole today... oh wait, they lost that war and literally nothing happened lmao.

>> No.68206641

>>68204507
I wish I had a tiny lightsaber.

>> No.68206725

>>68204507
Why call it a micro chip when it isn't even 10^-6 meters long?

>> No.68206757

>>68206408
>bra sex
What did it mean by this?

>> No.68206809

>>68206757
>>68206408
Can you translate this for me anon? I really want to know about this fine gentleman

>> No.68207473

>>68204481
She wasn't this stacked in the anime.

>> No.68207496

>>68203416
No you can't.

>> No.68207544

>>68204532
>>68205415
This. The mark of the beast and the beast system.

>> No.68207580

>>68206586
They won the war as is evidenced by there being literally ZERO communism-practicing states left in the world today.

>> No.68207591

>>68202806
Good post. You have the right attitude young man.

>> No.68207739

>>68206408
Go on Tinder in any country and search for lesbians. Half the profiles you'll find will be gendersnowflakes like this. Teehee look at me I'm wearing a dress, now suck my dick you lesbian bigots.

>> No.68207758
File: 70 KB, 610x426, swedish-flag.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68207758

>>68202401
>you willingly get tagged like livestock.
I live in Sweden and I can tell you it's not that simple. Imagine you work somewhere for 10 years and then they tell you that they are switching to microchip identification for the lock on the door that lets you in and out of the building.

You can quit, that's an option. But it may not be that simple, you have a mortgage on your house and a family to feed. You need a job so you go looking for one before you quit. You park outside the office of a new potential employer and go through the interview process and you think it went well and when you go outside to drive home you find that a gang of sandniggers have set your car on fire.

>>68203825
>Why are Swedes such cucks for the botnet?
Again, it's not that simple. For example, the buses here stopped accepting cash after gangs robbing bus-drivers became common. I'm absolutely not defending this, I am just saying that there's not much of a choice and not much you can do in terms of resisting. You can get a special "bus-card" and pre-pay it or pay with your cellphone on the bus or not take the bus.

>> No.68207797
File: 11 KB, 500x359, 76e.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68207797

>>68204532
>2000 years ago a devoutly religious man tried to sincerely imagine what Hell on Earth would look like
>he came up with modern-day Sweden

>> No.68207818

>>68207758
Can you really be fired for refusing to be chipped? Couldn't you insist on just being given the chip itself? You could put it in an ID card or something.

>> No.68207987

>>68207818
>Can you really be fired for refusing to be chipped?
never heard of anyone being fired, it's just really inconvenient to work places where they make microchipping the norm. You can wait outside the door until someone with a microchip comes along and opens it or find some other place to work.

>> No.68208036
File: 313 KB, 1462x1462, 1446519698234.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68208036

>When Frisk moved into a shared house earlier this year, he organized a chipping party for his new housemates

>> No.68208099
File: 11 KB, 300x223, fa422d0f6ac7b4a66b0dbea35d985260--oyster-card-magic-wands.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68208099

>>68207987
>Couldn't you insist on just being given the chip itself? You could put it in an ID card or something

Surely the chips will work regardless of whether or not they're under your skin? People who don't want to be tagged like livestock can ask their boss to just give them the chip directly.

>> No.68208135

>>68207987
Why not just use fingerprint scanners?

>> No.68208154

>Österlund's second theory is that Swedes are less concerned about data privacy than people in other countries, thanks to a high level of trust for Swedish companies, banks, large organizations and government institutions

Is this a fucking parody article or what?

>> No.68208161

>>68208099
Not him, but I guess the purported benefit is that if the device is under your skin it cannot be stolen

>> No.68208176
File: 47 KB, 235x253, 1399412529881.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68208176

>>68202365
>tfw swedes don't just put the chip inside their wallets or inside a watch or something

Why go straight for under the skin? Shit's stupid. RFID is insecure as fuck.

>> No.68208184

>>68208154
He's not wrong. Most swedes have become extremely naive. Good times create weak men etc.

>> No.68208185

>>68208176
NFC is equally insecure as fuck, but everyone is jumping on that bangwagon like crazy

>> No.68208206

>>68208161
It's some rfid style chip so nobody is going to bother stealing the physical chip. Just having a card reader built to have a long range and store the credentials is exactly the same.

It's like how only retards steal wallets for credit cards when using a card reader is easier and gets you more hits with less risk.

>> No.68208217

ITT: Desperate shilling by (((VeriChip))) glowniggers

>> No.68208246
File: 49 KB, 374x539, cuck.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68208246

>>68202365
SWEDEN
YES

>>68202406
This though. It's like San Francisco.

>> No.68208292

>>68208217
>One coworking space and innovation hub in Stockholm is holding a large implant party this month where a tech startup, DSruptive, is promising to reveal "the next generation consumer-level implant." The device will include 2 KB of memory, double that of earlier implants, a range of new functions and an LED light designed to improve privacy by blinking if someone tries to read or access an implant
>an LED light designed to improve privacy by blinking if someone tries to read or access an implant

CIA niggers will literally glow in the dark. Terry was a goddamn prophet.

>> No.68208317

>>68208154
Here's another theory why paying with cards and phone apps is more popular in Sweden: You live in a small town. They remove the ATMs one by one until there's no ATMs in your own. You now have to travel two hours to the next town over to be able to get physical cash. So you do that, you get in your car and drive two hours and park your car and walk to the ATM and make a large cash withdraw. You turn around and get robbed by a gang of sandniggers and then you walk to where you parked your car and find that another gang of sandniggers have set it on fire. You go take the bus home and pay using a credit card at the bus station since you can't pay with your phone since that was stolen and the buses don't accept cash payments.

It's not that odd that people use cash less in places where it's very hard to get your hands on cash even if you have a balance in the bank.

>> No.68208342

>>68207580
That was because of the soviet-afghan war you boomer.

>> No.68208380

>>68204694
>opposed to technology on a technology board
Stay shitting in the woods and getting dysentery pleb

>> No.68208390

>>68208342
>t-t-the USSR wasn't in decline before the afghans
>y-yeah
lol this leftard delusion

>> No.68208398

>>68202365
Why is this such a big deal to you guys?

>> No.68208457

>>68207580
>They won the war
They won so hard that North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam and formed the still existing Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Great work. What's next, you're going to tell me that the US is having talks with Taleban because of all that winning

>> No.68208459

>>68208317
Bingo. There's a reason why nudge theory won the Nobel prize in economics. Manipulate someone's environment in the right way, you can make them embrace a policy they'd wholeheartedly reject if it were forced onto them. Banning cash would generate an uproar, but quietly reducing the number of ATMs will cause people to move towards digital payments without even realising what's happening.

>> No.68208484

>>68208398
>why is being tagged and treated like cattle such a big deal?
>just embrace the botnet you stupid fucking goyim

>> No.68208504

>>68206408
You realize that you posted this on the board that came up with "programming socks"?..

>> No.68208588

>>68208398
Today its swedes.
Tommorow it will be children.
Soon it will be tax payers everywhere.

You have nothing to hide, dont you? So why wouldnt you let gov or your employer to implant gps chip into your ass?

>> No.68208615

>>68208504
You do realise that's just a joke, right? Or do you think /tv/ users actually bring falcons to the theater?

>> No.68208650
File: 2.55 MB, 3264x2448, Progsocks.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68208650

>>68208615
you're new is showing

>> No.68208658

>>68208484
How are you being "treated like cattle" anymore than you are when forced to have a passport or ID card etc? I fail to see the practical difference. Seems honestly like an under skin tag would be easy way to carry remotely readable shit with you. I get the symbolism, but seems like that makes us just as much cattle as drinking milk does.
>>68208588
Being told to get a GPS chip by the government and choosing to get a chip so you always have your gym card with you are worlds apart. Your argument seems to be that since there's possibility, if done differently, that these chips could be used for evil, nobody should choose to get one. And getting one for completely unrelated reasons is somehow a slippery slope into a police state. Seems a bit over the top IMO.

>> No.68208717

>>68202806
good job my man

>> No.68208830

>>68202806
holy shit

>> No.68208955

>>68208658
>How are you being "treated like cattle" anymore than you are when forced to have a passport or ID card etc?

Passports and ID cards come with their own privacy concerns. In fact, here in the UK, national ID cards were scrapped as overly intrusive. But you're only actually forced to get a passport if you want to leave the country. The brave new world of implants described in the article would require a chip for mundane day to day activities like going to work, unlocking your own door, buying food, et cetera. Truly mandatory, far more so than passports. Chips also cannot be trivially removed, meaning you can always be identified. They also mean your e tire life is effectively logged by a computer system, whoever controls that data has power over you. Look up "the selfish ledger" to see how seriously companies like Google are taking mass surveillance as a tool for manipulating behaviour.

>> No.68209057

>>68208955
In the article it seems to be all voluntary alternatives to carrying around access card to the gym, your credit card or the like. Which is why I feel like the reaction here is so over the top.

>> No.68209179

>>68207496
i can
not him

>> No.68209301

>>68209057
>honestly guys, nothing to worry about here, this is all totally normal and okay, stop overreacting
>by the way I am definitely not a shill trying to normalise this behaviour, I just happen to be repeating the same bland message over and over, telling people this is nothing to worry about

>> No.68209334

>>68209057
Because this is a PR campaign to normalize the behaviour:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nudge_theory

Which is why it's important to push back now, before the idea takes root and becomes progressively harder to avoid.

>> No.68209449

>>68209301
>>honestly guys, nothing to worry about here, this is all totally normal and okay, stop overreacting
Well so far, with how these are used, there aren't huge worries IMO. Normal and okay? These are a niche item (at least so far), but it's a simple idea and has been around for so long that I wouldn't exactly describe it as abnormal. And jumping from opening a gym door with a chip to it definitely leading to them being mandatory and a piece of fascist police state apparatus is a bit of an overreaction IMO.
>>by the way I am definitely not a shill
Not everyone who disagrees with you is a shill. These days the go-to accusation is npc, get with the times gramps.
>>68209334
Push back against what, placing chips under the skin? I doubt it will do any good. The idea has so many uses and these have the possibility of being so damn convenient that I think these will happen sooner or later. If there were talks of these chips becoming mandatory or something, I'd agree for sure that it's unacceptable and push back against these but as of now, being against these seems to be like being against credit cards because they can be used to track you.

>> No.68209517

>>68207580
why are you so fucking stupid?

>> No.68209554

>>68202806
Actually based. Anyone who takes issue with what you posted is a seething degenerate.

>> No.68209559

>>68209334
It pains me to say this, but the majority of people these days value convenience over privacy and freedom. I'm almost certain this is the end.

>> No.68209594

>>68202580

The problem is not that it is an RFID chip.
The problem is that THE CHIP IS INSIDE YOUR FUCKING BODY.

You could have put the chip on a wristband.
You could have put the information on the chip into a smartphone, or a smartwatch.

But no, you willfully expose yourself to possible surgery complications to put a FUCKING CHIP inside your hand. That is beyond retarded.

>> No.68209596

>>68209449
It's a forced meme of an idea, of use only to mouthbreathing retards who can't carry around a card without losing it. There is no fundamental reason why you couldn't simply place a chip on a card. You need medically unnecessary surgery to either implant or remove said chip, this alone is reason enough to bin the idea. For once I find myself hoping the post-antibiotic era is real, jfl @ every Swede who drops dead of infection because he decided to insert a completely unnecessary RFID chip.

>jumping from opening a gym door with a chip to it definitely leading to them being mandatory and a piece of fascist police state apparatus is a bit of an overreaction IMO

Who mentioned a fascist police state? Oh right, you did. Bit of an overreaction IMO ; )

>> No.68209636

>>68209449
>The idea has so many uses and these have the possibility of being so damn convenient that I think these will happen sooner or later

It's like you're reading straight from a PR release. Normal people don't talk like this. Your entire post reeks of being manufactured to push a narrative: microchipping will happen, it's inevitable, stop resisting. You're trying to frame the debate along these lines, well fuck you. No sane person wants to be chipped and tracked like a pet dog.

>> No.68209690

>>68208615
/tv/ users don't actually go to the theater.

>> No.68209739

>>68208650
>implying this isn't some /tttt/ autist

>> No.68209809

[MOTB intensifies]

>> No.68209863
File: 1.77 MB, 3543x2600, Whore of Babylon and the Seven-headed Beast.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68209863

>>68202365

>The Mark of the Beast

>And the second beast required all people small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark—the name of the beast or the number of its name.

>Here is a call for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and that number is 666.

>> No.68209918

>>68206586
USA actually won the war at first, but the democrats fucked it up on purpose. Not even joking, look it up.

>> No.68209934

>>68202365
Unabomber was right

>> No.68211444

>>68204442
>alt-right
cringe

>> No.68211555

>>68209863
I always wondered how back then in some sandy shithole, a guy could have more foresight about malice inside human heart combined with authority, than today.

>> No.68211652

>>68202365
Many swedes are also inserting falloses in to their asses so nothing ground breaking here.

>> No.68211759

>>68202365
honestly I dig body mods. I can see this getting used a number of ways, from bank transfers to authenticating me at my front door.
I already have a magnet in my second finger left hand implanted with which I can feel magnetic fields. Not the one of the earth tough, that one is too faint.
But when I am in an industrial facility I can actually fucking feel the big-ass machines and generators they use there. You really get a feel for how big those things are.
Some people will tell you "durrr you can feel what is wrong with machines", but that is horseshit. You can just feel magnetic fields, not derive information from them.

That being said, I would never accept a gvt. issued RFID/NFC chip for implant. I want to program it myself and have full controll about what's on there.
I would also get some shielding gloves, just in case.

>> No.68212020

>>68202480
>>68202580
I can ditch my wallet or phone (and already frequently forget both at home) any time if shit hits the fan or I simply don't want to be tracked for whatever reason. Can't just casually cut my hand open and pull out/insert a chip whenever I feel like it.
Besides, even from a convenience perspective, what happens when the next generation of microchips comes out with even more stupid convenient features nobody gave a shit about until some TV commercial talked them up? What if the company that built them and undoubtedly will tie them to some bullshit centralized cloud service goes belly up when the inevitable biotech bubble inevitably bursts? What if Bluetooth or whatever means of communicating with them gets superseded? Do I have to mutilate myself every other year to get the Next Best Thing(TM), or carry an old phone around just to talk to the fucking thing?
More permanent things like this are pretty fucking stupid in the current context of consumer technology and I really hope we have at least some kind of sense to draw the line somewhere.

>> No.68212304
File: 25 KB, 323x454, 1511145697896.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68212304

>>68202365

>> No.68212328

>>68206757
>>68206809
He says that "Good communication = good sexlife or a good sexual experience"
Literally nothing wrong with that statement in particular.

>> No.68212621

>>68209739
Stop trying to deny it, 1/3 of the board is on HRT

>> No.68212645

>>68209636
>It's like you're reading straight from a PR release. Normal people don't talk like this.
You're paranoid as fuck if you think a company, especially a tiny one mentioned in the article is going to pay anyone to post on /g/ to shill their product. This is a niche market only serving people in Sweden (and in Stockholm it seems). I'm sure paying me to post here would pay itself back quickly.
>>68209596
>of use only to mouthbreathing retards who can't carry around a card without losing it. There is no fundamental reason why you couldn't simply place a chip on a card.
The whole point of it is that you don't have to carry cards with you. The way things are going, wallets are becoming unnecessary with everything moving to phones. With that in mind, I can see something like this becoming more popular for stuff used very regularly. And of course there's the added benefit you mentioned that even if you lost your phone you would still be able to open your door or something with this thing.
>Who mentioned a fascist police state
Well if the implication of seedy factions (who?) trying to normalize use of these things so that they can tag people "like cattle" so that they can follow their every move and whatnot wasn't fascist police state then what was it?

>> No.68212658

>>68211759
Enjoy not being able to get an MRI without having surgery first or that thing making a hole in your hand

>> No.68212789

>>68212645
>You're paranoid as fuck if you think a company, especially a tiny one mentioned in the article is going to pay anyone to post on /g/ to shill their product.
It doesn't have to be that company in particular. If this shit is gonna become as popular as you say, then there are huge fortunes to be made. And if you can convince /g/, you can convince anyone.
Besides, a standardized id format at a global level that's not a fingerprint (hard to clone a finger) would give the spooks the ability to impersonate anyone anywhere in the world and gain access to any physical facility anywhere just by cloning the data on a chip. The CIA must be salivating over this shit.
You certainty do sound extremely over enthusiastic about this, especially for somebody from /g/ where the botnet is what jews are to /pol/.

>The whole point of it is that you don't have to carry cards with you.
And what's the benefit in that? Don't you have pockets?
You still would want to have a phone on you wouldn't? And a smartphone? Well then why not use those things as id's instead of a surgical implant?
Heck, why not use A PASSWORD? Or that thing we all have for better or for worse, A FINGERPRINT? No surgical implants required.

>And of course there's the added benefit you mentioned that even if you lost your phone you would still be able to open your door or something with this thing.
I never lost my keys. Ever.
And if I did, I'd call somebody with a copy, or somebody to lockpick the door.
Not have surgery to implant a chip on my hand.
>imb4 don't use it then
It'll become a requirement to get jobs after it becomes accepted and popular with the excuse that it's for your own convenience.

>> No.68212832

>>68212658
Actually people have been in an MRI with a magnetic implant and nothing big happened.
Also you can just shield them. People do that all the time with prostethics.

>> No.68212842

>>68202766
>why dont he put that chip into his ear holes
Not very convenient to swipe your ear against a reader

>> No.68212852

>>68203825
People still use cash?

>> No.68212861

>>68212852
t. corporate shill

>> No.68212868

>>68209449
>These days the go-to accusation is npc, get with the times gramps
Shill and NPC mean different things, marketer newfriend

>> No.68212935
File: 152 KB, 402x267, 1e86941a.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68212935

>>68212861
It's just always weird going to some place and not being able to pay with a card. I'm not very concerned if someone knows what kind of beer I like to drink. I mean isn't that the thing anyway, if you make bigger and more meaningful purchases, you probably get it off Amazon or some place, where it's just as visible. The type of stuff you'd buy with a small bill is totally superfluous

>> No.68212944
File: 1.95 MB, 2850x2800, 1429552546311.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68212944

>>68212645
>You're paranoid as fuck if you think a company, especially a tiny one mentioned in the article is going to pay anyone to post on /g/ to shill their product

Except there are plenty of vested interests who want to shill an anti-cash, anti-privacy narrative:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jul/19/cashless-society-con-big-finance-banks-closing-atms

PR campaigns, including online astroturfing, are a fact of modern life, and they target forums far more niche than /g/. The entire point is to manufacture a consensus by spamming their message everywhere, from as many angles and websites as possible.

Hell, there was even a study that found /pol/ is the most influential website when it comes to political memes:

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1805.12512.pdf

If you think this website is somehow below the radar for shills, you're badly out of touch. Or a shill yourself.

>> No.68212950

>>68212789
>It doesn't have to be that company in particular. If this shit is gonna become as popular as you say, then there are huge fortunes to be made.
So I'm now paid by some startup in hopes of this becoming a huge deal sometime in the future? What a wise investment on their part
>a standardized id format at a global level
I think a global ID scheme is pretty damn far from a chip that has nfc/rfid capabilities that can replace gym cards and maybe keys.
>You certainty do sound extremely over enthusiastic about this, especially for somebody from /g/ where the botnet is what jews are to /pol/.
/g/ is about technology also, and having a chip which you can use to pay for stuff, open doors etc is a pretty cool concept that's been displayed on scifi shows for ages and is now (slowly) becoming reality.
>And what's the benefit in that? Don't you have pockets?
Kinda like asking why you'd use a (botnet) credit card, "don't you have cash with you?".
>You still would want to have a phone on you wouldn't?
You don't have to take anything from your pocket, you can't lose it, you don't have to worry about battery, malicious software in your phone can't steal them. Those are the first that come into my mind. And I think these would work in tandem with phones for most parts. And I think passwords (or PIN-codes) would be used to further authenticate a person (like sometimes with remotely readable credit cards). And giving your fingerprint to the botnet would surely be worse?
>I never lost my keys. Ever.
>And if I did, I'd call somebody with a copy, or somebody to lockpick the door.
I haven't had my apartment burn. If it did, I'd call the fire department. Doesn't mean I (or people in general) don't value insurance.
>It'll become a requirement to get jobs after it becomes accepted and popular with the excuse that it's for your own convenience.
I don't feel like this is a likely thing to happen, but if suggested, I'd of course be against that. The use cases now seem fine though.

>> No.68212996

>>68212935
>I'm not very concerned if someone knows what kind of beer I like to drink

With a large enough dataset, you can infer all sorts of personal information from apparently trivial data:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2017/11/21/just-handful-facebook-likes-can-used-tell-gay-straight/

And this is just one study by academic researchers. Meanwhile Facebook, Google et al are 100-billion-dollar companies built on analysing data to gauge your personality. Their inferences will be lightyears ahead. Same goes for banks and credit card companies, they want your data because they can milk a whole lot of information out of you with it.

>> No.68213015

>>68212868
Well both basically mean that since ypu disagree with me, you're one of the two and therefore automatically wrong. Or that's at least how they're used.
>>68212944
I'm a shill for the big anti-cash scheme? And why, because I see a piece new tech and think it doesn't instantly lead to "global ID systems" and mandatory GPS chips? It does seem more reasonable than the alternative, that I think the "sky will fall" scenario is unlikely and that this technology potentially has some interesting uses.

>> No.68213018
File: 39 KB, 179x293, 2018-10-25-17-31-36.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68213018

>>68202365
Francis E. Dec. was right all along.

>THERE IS NO ESCAPE FROM THIS WORSE GANGSTER POLICE STATE, USING ALL OF THE DEADLY GANGSTER FRANKENSTEIN CONTROLS.

>The same world-wide mad deadly COMMUNIST GANGSTER COMPUTER GOD that CONTROLS YOU AS A TERRORIZED GANGSTER FRANKENSTEIN EARPHONE RADIO SLAVE, PARROTING PUPPET.

He basically describes NPCs.

>> No.68213064

>>68212950
>I think a global ID scheme is pretty damn far from a chip that has nfc/rfid capabilities that can replace gym cards and maybe keys

I think the guy in the article explicitly said he wanted a one-chip-fits-all system for the entire world, and that Europe in particular was primed for such a system thanks to GDPR.

>/g/ is about technology also, and having a chip which you can use to pay for stuff, open doors etc is a pretty cool concept that's been displayed on scifi shows for ages and is now (slowly) becoming reality

It's so goddamn obvious you're new here, lurk more you fucking faggot.

>Kinda like asking why you'd use a (botnet) credit card, "don't you have cash with you?"

Credit cards are bad enough, which is why they have to pay people with cashback in exchange for harvesting their data. This even more intrusive system, with worse drawbacks and trivial 'benefits', can go fuck itself. As can anyone who shills for it.

>I don't feel like this is a likely thing to happen, but if suggested, I'd of course be against that. The use cases now seem fine though.

How many times have people explained nudge theory to you in this very thread? Either you're clinically retarded, or you're wilfully ignoring the point, because you're trying to normalise this cancer and the last thing you want is people catching on.

>> No.68213066

>>68202806
I have tattoos, and am a successful member of society. I come on 4chan and see many anti-tattoo posts, mainly from young people who spend all day inside looking at memes. You cannot classify someone as being mentally ill that simply. Anyone can talk about extremes - but extremes don't prove anything substantial. As another poster mentioned - by your own logic the vast majority of US males would be classed as mentally ill because of circumcision. Look that up, circumcision has way more long-lasting effects than the markers you list.

>> No.68213085

>>68213018
>>68213064
stop reddit spacing

>> No.68213088

>>68213066
>I have tattoos, and am a successful member of society
oxymoron

>> No.68213115

>>68213088
You are either under-aged, or making a poor attempt at humor. Either way you should go back.

>> No.68213117
File: 116 KB, 970x677, 2ec04f7e.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68213117

>>68212996
Certainly, I've dabbled in big data analysis myself, and you can infer different types of stuff from it with varying accuracy. And usually I'm a total privacyfag, but in this cash instance I just really don't care. The type of stuff I would buy with cash, if I used cash, just has very low information value. Mainly it would be useful for figuring out what kind of food someone might want to advertise for me, if someone wanted to do that

>> No.68213126

>>68213066
Babies didn't ask their parent to chop off their dicks. The adults who do are mentally damaged.

>> No.68213175

>>68213126
People circumcised as a baby have a higher chance of having autism - look at the studies. So, yes they can be mentally damaged as well.

>> No.68213185

>>68213015
>So I'm now paid by some startup
Startup? Who said startup? Right now it's not being done in large quantities, but if this shit takes on at a large scale it'll be done by the likes of Intel and Johnson & Johnson.

>Well both basically mean that since ypu disagree with me, you're one of the two and therefore automatically wrong. Or that's at least how they're used.
Yeah, sure. The word "shill" donesn't mean anything, it's just some stupid 4chan insult.

>/g/ is about technology also, and having a chip which you can use to pay for stuff, open doors etc is a pretty cool concept that's been displayed on scifi shows for ages and is now (slowly) becoming reality.
I'm not saying this is offtopic. My point is that you certainly don't sound like a regular, being all enthusiastic about microchip implants and not knowing how memes are used or what they mean. You stick out like a sore thumb, which further validates the hypothesis that you're a paid shill.

>I don't feel like this is a likely thing to happen, but if suggested, I'd of course be against that.
It doesn't matter if you'd hypothetically be against it in the future. What matters is whether or not it becomes accepted, right now. If it becomes accepted then nothing can be done in the future to stop its pervasive takeover in everyday life.

>> No.68213195

>>68213015
>I'm a shill for the big anti-cash scheme?

Correct. I'm sure you've got your list of talking points out, and it tells you to respond: keep mentioning how these chips are "cool" and "interesting", trivialise the erosion of privacy with slippery-slope comparisons to credit cards, paint anyone concerned over the erosion of privacy as alarmist, even when they're literally just repeating back points raised in the article. Newsflash, nobody here is buying it. So do us a favour and kindly fuck off.

>> No.68213200

>>68213175
That's probably just retardation being genetic.

>> No.68213239

>>68213064
>I think the guy in the article explicitly said he wanted a one-chip-fits-all system
I admire his ambition, but like I said, I think global ID scheme is pretty damn far from what we've seen so far. Though for these things, in other uses, standardization would be ideal.
>It's so goddamn obvious you're new here, lurk more you fucking faggot.
Great argument.
>Credit cards are bad enough
They're very, very convenient. That's the reason they're so popular. Cashbacks are an added benefit for using a certain company's card over someone else's. And the chip could have the very same info as a credit card, just in a different form.
>How many times have people explained nudge theory to you in this very thread?
You're a bit dense, are you. I've seen what people are saying, that it's definitely a scheme to get us all cashless, with a GPS chip mandatory and so on. And like I said, yeah, I don't think that's the most likely scenario. The reasoning seems to go: "Here's a piece of technology. It can be used for legit stuff or it could be used for bad stuff. That means it will definitely lead to the bad stuff and we should fight against its use even for legit stuff." And that last sentence is what I disagree with.

>> No.68213241

>>68213117
>I've dabbled in big data analysis myself

Well hello there fellow anon, you sound very cool and relatable, maybe you're right and chips would be a great idea, in fact I might hold a chipping party this evening for my wife and her boyfriend! User converted, $50 has been paid into your account.

>> No.68213299
File: 1.16 MB, 706x500, 1532869849247.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68213299

>>68202365
congratulations, you've just become cattle.

>> No.68213362

>>68213195
>keep mentioning how these chips are "cool" and "interesting"
And of course it's more likely that I'm a shill for a global anti-cash push than just think the technology is actually cool and interesting. Definitely.
>trivialise the erosion of privacy
>paint anyone concerned over the erosion of privacy as alarmist
These do have privacy concerns and I haven't denied that. And people who mention the privacy concerns (as they do in the article) aren't necessary alarmist, they have a good point. What I've disagreed has been that this definitely, without a doubt, is a global scheme to make us all go cashless, make this chip mandatory with GPS an so on. The privacy concerns are real but I don't share the same certainty over the end result.
Also, why blaming everyone of being a shill is retarded, you could turn the same points around and make some retarded claim about how you're a shill for "big cash" or whatever.
>>I'm sure you've got your list of talking points out, and it tells you to respond: keep mentioning how these chips are "scary" and "threatening", emphasize the certainty of erosion of privacy with slippery-slope into mandatory GPS chips, paint anyone who disagrees over the certainty of that as a shill
Something like that. Basically the most important part of if someone is a shill or not is if they agree or disagree with you. Anyone who agrees with you is not a shill, naturally, and anyone who doesn't is potentially a shill. Even when the most likely explanation is that they just disagree with you.

>> No.68213371
File: 212 KB, 500x3714, 1536866650417.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68213371

>>68213241
lol, they were school projects

Still what I'm saying is, what are the most expensive things you buy with cash? Shopping data is only really useful for advertising other products you might want to buy. And as is the nature of big data, any single instance just blends in into the dataset with the thousands of other ones. The important stuff, like where you live and where you work is already known by the government, and your ISP has your entire browsing history stored if someone wants to look at it some day

Also while we're on the subject, can someone tell me why I'm having issues with NoScript captcha, I can fill them out fine but then it just keeps saying it malfunctioned when I try to verify it

>> No.68213423

>>68213362
>Basically the most important part of if someone is a shill or not is if they agree or disagree with you
Then why haven't you (or anyone else for that matter) called me a shill? That's right, because it wouldn't make sense. No company would shill against a new product being demanded by people.
Your opinions and phraseology are very consistent with that of a paid online marketer, that's why you are being called a shill. Not because of a simple disagreement.

>> No.68213465

how do i libreboot skin pc?

>> No.68213571

>>68213423
>Then why haven't you (or anyone else for that matter) called me a shill?
I just did.
>it wouldn't make sense
Well, that hardly has stopped anyone.
>No company would shill against a new product being demanded by people.
That happens all the time. See Apple vs. every other phone manufacturer when the first iPhone came out for a very prominent example.
>Your opinions and phraseology are very consistent with that of a paid online marketer
That's dumb as fuck. How is my "phraseology" similar to online marketers in a way that doesn't include most people in /g/ or online in general? The whole point of shills is that they try to act like regular people so they don't stand out. Doesn't mean anyone who doesn't stand out is a shill for fucks sake.
>Not because of a simple disagreement.
>Your opinions [...] are very consistent with that of a paid online marketer
Sure, it's not because we disagree that you think I'm a shill. Sure.

>> No.68213641

>>68213571
>The whole point of shills is that they try to act like regular people so they don't stand out. Doesn't mean anyone who doesn't stand out is a shill for fucks sake.
You don't stand out, sure. Totally the average anon. Nothing weird about you, nothing at all.

>> No.68213652

>>68213641
So I'm a shill that doesn't try to act normal? See, this gets weirder and weirder.

>> No.68213749

>>68204284
>Wrongthink in China: maybe we should kill a government official
>Wrongthink in JewSA or Swedistan: maybe inviting mexicans/refugees without proper background checks is dangerous
Got it, commie retard ? It's only gonna lead to ruin in western shitholes

>> No.68213766

>>68213641
In what way can you talk about the possible benefit of these things without being labeled a shill? Seems to me like whatever way it would've been said, same accusation would've happened.

>> No.68213787

https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Bible-Verses-About-Mark-Of-The-Beast/

>> No.68213835

>>68202401
erm not really cuck

>> No.68213853

im from swedistan and i have never heard of anything like this. most of the stories that are exclusively picked up by alternative (international) media is usually just bullshit.

if anyone is doing this, they are obviously morons.

>> No.68214254

>>68202365
>thousands of swedes are npc's
big suprise

>> No.68214320

>>68202688
E N L I G H T E N I N G
N
L
I
G
H
T
E
N
I
N
G

>> No.68214351

>>68204918
They're not though. Those are just radical people

>> No.68214409

>>68204507
>boomers are annoying
You should've seen the great boomer war of voat when /r/theawakening got banned from reddit

>> No.68214483
File: 479 KB, 593x1252, boomer2.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68214483

>>68202477
kek

>> No.68214568

>>68212020
>Can't just casually cut my hand open and pull out/insert a chip whenever I feel like it
>what is EMP

>> No.68214582

>>68213299
You were a cattle since the day of your birth, goy. Born into a prison you cannot smell taste or touch. A prison for your mind.

>> No.68214691

>>68208955
How are implants any different from biometrics, by the way? Almost every country uses fingerprints in immigration and iris scanners are easy to conceal. Is it even possible to prevent leakage of this data, especially if you've already given them out at some point in time?
To me, this sounds way worse than implants, which you could still remove at any time.

>> No.68214802

>>68204953
deus ex is transhumanist propaganda tho

>> No.68214828

Like dogs?
If your dog is chipped probably he is DOGnet :^)

>> No.68214846
File: 975 KB, 1354x1606, 1535731419918.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68214846

>>68202806
> It's always the degenate genetic dead ends who...

That's easy to explain. The wish for transhumanism comes from their knowledge of being inferiour. While going full transhumanism gives them the illusion of being able to be someday better than what they have been born, eugenics on the other hand would leave them to, at best, live out their live in a reservation and be forbidden to reproduce. So despite the later being the better solution for humankind, the subhuman can't bring himself to sacrifice himself for the greater good and rather sacrifices his Volk for his own mortal gains.

It also doesn't help that transhumanism gets shilled by people which are as a whole so genetically inbreed that eugenics would mean their whole racial destruction and transhumanism is their religious endgoals.

>> No.68214904

>>68214846
>Jews are behind everything
>"Secretly" run the world
>They're inferior
We are all being absolutely dominated by people who are few in numbers and genetically inferior to us. Sounds like they're doing alright for themselves

>> No.68215558

>>68214904
Came to post this

>>68214846
I agree with the basic premise that genetically inferior people are attracted to transhumanism more, but how come somebody wanting transhumanism is 'sacrificing their volk'? I'm not talking about stupid rfid chips, but how come according to you somebody wanting to live 500 years and have a 200IQ and so on is sacrificing their people? Wouldn't that be good for everybody?
Besides, I could make the argument that a genetically superior person who doesn't want inferior people to reproduce, is sacrificing his or her people for selfish reasons just as much as the inferior person who wants to reproduce.
Is the average european (or even the smartest one of them) really superior to what could be achieved, by, say, genetic engineering? (if it could be made to work at all)
That sounds a pseudoreligious thought in itself.
If a different DNA means people stopped being human, then people stop being human at least every couple thousand years. It's just a arbitrary measure.

>> No.68215643

>>68215558
And even if we agree that genetic engineering makes people stop being human, does that mean humanity is a value that should be kept for it's own sake? What about other moral values, such as not inflicting suffering.
Do you really believe we should as a species subject everybody to the suffering associated with the human condition, just because we are keen on preventing the disappearance of what we consider humanity?
I realize my argument has anti-natalist undertones, but in this case humans would (at least in theory) be replaced by something with even more capacity for awareness and subjective experience.
Is it even possible to stop the progress of technology until AI makes humans obsolete? Heck, the very same guy you posted in that image (Yudkowsky) warns us that could happen, and could lead to the extinction of the human species.

>> No.68215720

>>68203069
Get a motorcycle.

>> No.68215834

>>68203017
>>floss to unlock your phone
sounds like a good idea to me

>> No.68216021

>>68214904
It's not a natural urge to want to control and own other humans. Most people at the top are not happy (ofc we probably don't even see the people at the actual top top). Independently thinking, self validated people don't want to dominate an excessive amount of other people. Happiness is about understanding yourself. Jews in general, though crafty, are devoid of the most interesting type of imaginative, creative intelligence. They are the most materialistic, power hungry people. That plus millenias of usury, conspiring and not having morals holding you back made them lords of this world. Most jews are dumb, unhappy nihilists.

>> No.68216187

>>68211555
They probably had a lot less to do, so they had more time to pay more attention to human behavior. Whatever the reason, they where correct on most of it.

>> No.68216367

>>68202444
dios mio! el ogro de las americas

>> No.68216439

Great how nobody read the article.
>biohackers doing biohacking stuff
No shit. That's neither the government nor any corporation. People have been doing this for a few years now. Can be kinda useful, for example to unlock your laptop without using a password. The data on it is obviously encrypted. There have been much more radical things happening, like one guy injection his eyes with night vision.

>> No.68216638

>>68216021
>It's not a natural urge to want to control and own other humans
what

>> No.68216941

>>68212621
By admitting they know what /tttt/ is, they're not doing a great job at denying it.

>> No.68217034

>>68202806
>Any sort of body modification is a sign of mental illness.
My nigga.

>> No.68217090

>>68213066
>he's on 4chan
>he doesn't understand hyperbole humor
lurk more

Tattoos really are a pretty spot-on indication of a person's impulsivity & trashiness though.

>> No.68217119

>>68213175
You can't into math/logic. See >>68213200

>> No.68217204

>>68202401
look at all the replies to this comment defending it lmao. NPC galore in this thread

>> No.68217250
File: 366 KB, 1070x536, Screenshot_20181025-131158_DuckDuckGo.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68217250

>>68204186
so black mirror

as in s4e2 Arkangel

>> No.68217278

>>68216021
>It's not a natural urge to want to control and own other humans
i came here to laugh at you

>> No.68217343

>>68204704
>no self defense law
>new

>> No.68217378

>>68217343
>>68204918
>>68204704
>>68202444
>>68216367
>>68203883
>>68202743
>>68202491
>>68202477
identified the /int/ cancer

>> No.68219114

>>68202401
Mark of the devil as my dad always says. Anyone who is defending this is fine with being a slave.

>> No.68219227

>>68209449
I'd be less concerned about a fascist police state and more concerned about a botnet fascist police state. It's the same thing except the botnet state doesn't kill people, it just makes dumbs people down and sedates them until they passively accept this kind of reasoning:
>wow im bad at remembering my keys let me just fucking insert my keys into my skin so i don't forget them

>> No.68219239

>>68219227
>makes dumbs
Shit, i changed my wording and forgot to delete "makes"

>> No.68219421

>>68217378
/int/ is literally the worst board.

>> No.68219685
File: 43 KB, 330x319, 1540008820265.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68219685

>>68219421
>>68217378
shitskins shibbolethed

>> No.68220165

>>68207987
>find some other place to work

That would be the normal reaction. Working willingly for someone who wants to chip you is basically the same as a jew who went willingly into one of Hitler's KZs. Your excuces aren't valid.

>> No.68220197

>>68208398
Chipped Swede detected

>> No.68220330

>>68220197
I'm neither of those

>> No.68220438

>>68208615
>>68208504
/g/ use programming socks and traps and shit for perversion and fetishism, not as a snowflake identity crap.
Most of those snowflake retards probably don't even get off it, but do it anyway for the progressive points.

>> No.68220443

>>68202580
I can throw all those things in this moment, go ahead and throw off your arm with the RFID chip in it

>> No.68220498
File: 72 KB, 801x475, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68220498

what the FUCK
I live in a third world latin shithole and thank literally anything that this shit would never fly here

>> No.68220692

>>68202806
in ten years you'll look back on this cringing knowing that everything you've said online lasts forever and there's no way for you to stop it. im speaking from personal experience. i also wouldve said "yeah right"

>> No.68220779
File: 141 KB, 416x435, 1537171755262.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68220779

>>68220692
>in ten years you'll look back on this cringing knowing that everything you've said online lasts forever and there's no way for you to stop it. im speaking from personal experience. i also wouldve said "yeah right"
Let's go over a little list and find out why you're a dumb dickless faggot.

>signaling about social status
>"you'll look back on this!!1!"
>"everything on the internet is forever!"
>"oh no, people will know about your non-kosher opinions!"
>all of this on an anonymous basket weaving board

>> No.68220922

>>68202365
Is there any level of cuckoldry Swedes won't stoop to?

>> No.68220945

>>68220922
I'm not sure, I guess we'll have to wait and see. I personally give them about 5 years until they're mixing buckets of koolaid and Mohammad is yelling "children first" from a stage.

>> No.68220990
File: 319 KB, 996x954, 1535667613166.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
68220990

>>68202365
yuh, we full swing on some Gibson shit bruh
Sentient AI matrix gods when?

>>
Name (leave empty)
Comment (leave empty)
Name
E-mail
Subject
Comment
Password [?]Password used for file deletion.
Captcha
Action