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From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Competition_between_Airbus_and_Boeing (Deliveries summed)...
Airbus 1989-2011: 6175
Boeing 1989-2011: 9429
The move is designed to increase the density of such devices for the large scale deployment. And could support personal genome analysis services similar to those offered by 23andme or Illumina But idea that a DNA "sequencer" could become just another read device on the network is interesting and makes the deployment of DNA analysis devices in companies as seen in GATTACA more realistic. At least you wont have to worry about leaving your swipecard at home..."
On June 24 servers in China were virally infected, causing them to redirect computers attempting to reach Google pages to an unknown web site. These attacks made Google services unavailable to many Chinese users for approximately 24 hours, and caused the company to lose 20% of its traffic on that day.
So erm, first they came for the people stealing peoples stuff, I did not speak because I don't like stealing other peoples stuff.
I don't see how your quote applies here.
However in this case, the state isn't holding the data. It's being acquired from private sources. It doesn't appear to be aggregated. It doesn't seem like you could using it for stalking. Is there a problem here?