Technically a TV is just a screen with a cable tuner attached to it and screens will not become obsolete until brainwaves reach market maturity. People like you may get rid of the tuner but that will happen automatically the larger PC screens become.
don't mention the name "Snowden"in the title. Instead, he should have passed himself as a south-american business agency fearing CIA moles. In the best case, he will get a very efficient document streaming service.
Even if they're large and heavy we can still use them to store surplus load of a solar cell and heat out houses instead of oil.
Just adding a "T" binary flag to the data would be too simple, right?
People have made the experience that hoarded information may get leaked decades later and in a completely unrelated context and that a single careless commentary publicy exposed may ruin your life. So either you put yourself under permanent stress oder prepare to be listed under "Stupid guy who couldn't let his mouth shut" in some blog.
...that this will end in a full-scale surveillance war where everyone watches everyone turning us in a society of politically correct stepford smilers?
Until the government shows interest in recordings predominantly featuring your friends and you.
The difference lies in the degree of efficiency provided by the combination of a permanently recording device with a database. Labeling your environment nowadays means taking out your cellphone, photograph the scenery, upload it online and do some research about all people visible. This takes too much time for someone to seriously exploit it. Google Glass on the other hand is supposed to do all this stuff in real time and label and upload the currently recorded data too even from complete strangers you don't know or care about but others do. Incidents, that would go unnoticed otherwise would be immediately escalated to the worst possible level in Google's intent to make the info available to everyone who might be interested. Like "Watch photos of Steve getting drunk on a distant mountain resort where he hoped nobody knew him".
Science describes how the world is.
Ethics describe how it's supposed to be.
Both may not desire the same.
If you join a discussion, never ever use arguments! It suggests that your position is not as clear and widely accepted as you think it is and provides your opponent with something to attack! Its far more efficient to dismiss his claim with a witty one-liner and a derogatory "bah" *thumb down*.
I always thought I was saving my big hairy, yet easily influencable lover from that blonde haired vamp who tried to turn him around.
I considered it a tragic ending when he finally fell.
Death is cheap.
I can't wait till I can punch someone in the face using a 3D model of me delivered to him via AirPrint.