One of the difficulties of fatherhood is when your beloved youngster reaches an age when you can no longer tell them what to do. My daughter is aged twenty and a big rock music fan. Therefore when she went to the Download festival at
racetrack in Leicestershire a few weeks ago, see: http://downloadfestival.co.uk/ she
made all the arrangements. My conspira-dar being what it is, I soon got wind of
some suspicious goings on there. The use of a cashless system of purchase and
sale for all transactions in the festival. This system only reached the
mainstream news because it crashed. This should really be a lesson to anybody
who thinks a cashless society at large is a good idea, see: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3119945/Chaos-Download-Festival-useless-new-cashless-payment-crashes-leaving-music-fans-unable-pay-food-drink.html.
A security protocol that was tried out there involved facial recognition systems.
In my view it's likely that all the
festival attendees had their features stored on the database, see: http://rt.com/uk/267250-biometric-cameras-festivals-privacy/.
This includes my daughter. If she were a few years younger I could of course
complain to the organizers and hit them with a FOIA to get the information
about her removed, but she's an adult now and only she can do that. She does
not want to; she does not share my ideas unfortunately. She calls what I do "that
David Icke stuff!" This is a generic name for everything I do on HPANWO;
it doesn't matter if I really refer to David Icke or not. She objected at the
age of ten when I stopped the school from fingerprinting her; see background
links below. I warned her about what was going on at Download, but she didn't
care. I suspect that the festival was used as a trial for methods to run a
global permanent Big Brother state. Donington Park
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/youve-been-mangod.html.