In this video obtained by the Guardian, Raytheon's 'principal investigator' Brian Urch explains how the Rapid Information Overlay Technology (Riot) software uses photographs on social networks. These images sometimes contain latitude and longitude details – automatically embedded by smartphones within so-called 'exif header data'. Riot pulls out this information, analysing not only the photographs posted by individuals, but also the location where these images were taken. [source GUARDIAN]
Looks like the ProMIS software may never have died; only morphed into something lovely and insidious. BTW, whatever happened to user "Anti-Illuminati"?
I love Urch's innocent little throwaway phrase, "We NOTICED that a smart phone photo embed long/lat info into header for that image," yeah, like that wasn't why EVERYBODY was 'forced' into accepting these pathetic tracking devices to 'keep up with the Joneses'. What else is your 'smart phone' doing (will do in your captive future) on your behalf to keep profits soaring at MI(C)C or the Militart Industrial (Congressional) Complex?
LOL at you all, slaves.