Reading Minds

At this time there are no laws that protect “mental privacy.” If the technology advances a bit further, it should be possible to use it to read people’s minds without their knowing it. A huge number of commercial applications should then be possible.

If the technology does take off we will need anti-spying devices that would be wearable (or implantable). One wouldn’t want to be caught unprotected, after all.



Filed under: Bioethics, Uncategorized

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