Bruce Schneier writes “In 2006, writing about future threats on privacy, I described a life recorder: A “life recorder” you can wear on your lapel that constantly records is still a few generations off: 200 gigabytes/year for audio and 700 gigabytes/year for video. It’ll be sold as a security device, so that no one can attack you without being recorded.”
Source: Life Recorder
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