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Facial Recognition

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bodd, 13 Aug 2019.

  1. Notch7

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    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    Good one (y)

    Unfortunately facts are not drivel.

    You have dismissed those facts as drivel, because you dont want to believe them.

    The UK simply cannot leave a major trade block and go to a place with no trade agreements.


    Yes the UK can leave without a deal -that is true.
    But that status cannot be our future.
    What will happen is the UK will have to go to Brussels and negotiate a deal, its the only way to ensure frictionless trade.

    The first things on the table in that deal will be:
    Divorce bill
    Irish border
    Citizens rights.

    And since the Irish border has not been sorted, either the union will have to break up or the UK will stay in the customs union.

    'No deal Brexit' is a fantasy.

    If you dont believe the above is fact, please provide your argument why.
     
  2. ajstoneservices

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  3. motorbiking

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    @Notch7 Sorry I don’t agree. There are 3 components to trading without a deal (goods).
    1. WTO Tarrifs that are to be paid
    2. Compliance to standards.
    3. Checking the above

    Services is simply 2 and 3.

    There are guides available and plenty of companies who can do this. You then consider who’s interest it is in to make steps 1-3 hard? The uk is already considering a level playing field under WTO in the short term. That itself may mean trade deals are delayed or become unnecessary.
     
  4. durhamplumber

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    A jury finds someone guilty.Face recognition tech allows the jury to be found.Attacked,or home,family,attacked...Bad.
     
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  5. Harry Bloomfield

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    That assumes several manual stages being omitted - They are an aid to capture and justice, rather than a replacement.
     
  6. durhamplumber

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    Otherwise the post is pages long dude!.. but with a bit of hacking, easily happen.
     
  7. Munroist

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    I find it very strange that when organisations such as the police install CCTV / facial recognition in a public place in a bid to try and protect us then they are infringing our civil liberties - However, giant american corporations attach tracking devices (mobile phones) to us and listening devices (alexia) in our own homes, and we think it's brilliant.

    I step well out of line with the above, think the police trying to catch baddies is good and the american mega corporations spying on us is bad,
     
  8. SirGalahad

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    Wto barely touches services or non tariff barriers. It focuses on tariffs on Goods. On top of this the WTO is losing influence and credibility. Look at the current usa / china trade war and increasing protectionism.

    "Access to the EU single aviation market requires airline companies to have their headquarters and majority shareholdings in the EU so airlines would have to relocate."
     
  9. noseall

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    Wave goodbye to the internet then. Same thing.
     
  10. noseall

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    Nonsense. You think FR will be solely responsible for incriminating and subsequently convicting a criminal without ANYTHING happening inbeween.

    FFS, lol.

    FR is no more/less dangerous or any more/less ambiguous than the tools already available to law enforcement, criminals or vigilantes available through the internet now.
     
  11. durhamplumber

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    You entirely miss the point.I am talking about people extracting revenge on the jury ffs..because they have found there mate guilty.
     
  12. Notch7

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    I see ajstoneservices hasnt responded to a single point I have made, but because he is angry he responds with insults.

    Given the complete lack of a single counter argument, I can only reach the conclusion ajstoneservices now understands that a no deal Brexit is impossible but he cant reconcile that with his entrenched belief in Brexit.

    Unfortunately people have been talked into Brexit, but they cant talk themselves out of it.

    Boris is keeping the lie well and truly alive.
    He is now in the stage of blaming the EU.

    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    What has that got to do with FR?
     
  14. durhamplumber

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    Jeez, you are slow......fr used to identify juror...bit of hacking,,etc, find out there home address,,etc..Assuming of course,,computer data bases are less than 100% secure..Quantum leap I know!
     
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    Because you said it!..Yet to see you produce any.
     
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