☞ Systemic Effects
By webmink on Dec 08, 2009
Strong, sad story that's worth reading. Given the effects are so systemic and rely so much on the inability of individual wisdom to overcome systemic subconscious errors of risk evaluation, is there any hope left?
When you create any system, you create the game that plays it. Now lets reflect on what happens when criminals start faking real biometrics in order to conduct crimes against individuals, like fake bank transactions. Doesn't seem so smart to completely rely on biometric ID cards at that point.
Pamela doesn't miss a beat dealing with smears against her previous Groklaw posting. Once again well worth reading.
Insightful research suggests that there may be benefits from the moves that modern society is taking to ensure that adults, especially men, are either afraid of or prevented from interacting with children.