New CIA Scanner Can Surveil You on a Molecular Level
July 12, 2012 Leave a Comment
Q-Tel, the CIA’s technology front group, has subcontracted with a cutting edge company to develop a molecular-level scanner that Homeland Security plans to install in airports. The Department of Homeland Security is determined to convert the nation’s airports into “Gestapo Zones” where citizens are subjected to the latest high-tech surveillance technology.
The new system is ten million times faster and one million times more sensitive than the current naked body scanners the TSA uses. Because of its range, the device can be used on everybody who enters or leaves an airport, and potentially can be used at local malls, sports stadiums, and hotels. According to Homeland Security, the technology will be “transition ready…in the next 12 to 24 months.”