Micro Satellites Are Spawning A Global Surveillance Arms Race

Big Brother is poised to keep an eye out on earthlings while orbiting the planet in the form of thousands of tiny inexpensive satellites.

Micro-satellites are the future of so-called ‘intelligence’ and ‘security’ but their emergence is spawning a global arms race and eroding people’s privacy.

High resolution earth images will be analysed twenty four hours a day by satellites blanketing the planet.

Trampling on people’s privacy is the necessary evil for the military/surveillance complex to provide security in an insecure world.

The world didn’t know it was insecure till lately.

Big Brother justifies its existence on the events of 9/11.

Man’s imagination has not yet caught up with his collective fear, but is working desperately hard to get there.

He is at a loss what to do with all the knowledge he has gained from science, which he keeps adding to based on his previous fears.

It’s a catch-22 situation and the big eye in the sky will soon make sure that reality will not escape man’s imagination. Or it may be the other way round.

Soon big brother will let us know, as it would know most things about our existence. But at what price?

By Nicholas West:

The emergence of low-cost micro satellites is starting to spawn a global surveillance arms race: the familiar problem-reaction-solution paradigm upon what all other arms races are built. “Our competitors will learn to use this exploding geo-enabled capability to learn a lot of things. If we don’t use this as well as them and use our exquisite assets to be a differentiator and stay ahead, we’re going to get behind.” – Major Mike Little, U.S. Southern Command

Google has received vast criticism for its Google Earth, Google Maps and Google Streetview systems that have essentially removed the inherent right to privacy and transferred it to the whim of corporate terms and conditions. However, this pales in comparison to what has been launched by the world’s largest defense contractors as well as newer providers of commercial space imagery.

Next-generation global imaging satellites such as Lockheed Martin’s WorldView-4 was spawned from a partnership with commercial space imagery vendor, DigitalGlobe. The largest customer of DigitalGlobe is the U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, also known as GEOINT.

The incredible scope and applications of GEOINT is laid out on the .mil website’s About page but their image collection from DigitalGlobe can best be described as … penetrating:

The 31-centimeter resolution images allow viewers to discern, for example, the windshield of a car and the direction the car is facing.

….offers short-wave infrared resolution that sees through dust, smog and smoke as well as things on Earth invisible to the naked eye.

DigitalGlobe executives told The Denver Post last month that its new sensors allow them to see minerals, identify tree and plant species and gather soil composition. When analyzed, this information can decipher what’s beneath the surface — insight that can then be sold to industries including mining or oil and gas exploration.

Article Source: http://yournewswire.com/micro-satellites-surveillance-arms-race/

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