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“When we interact with people on the street, there’s a certain level of respect accorded to strangers,” Bedoya told me. “That’s partly because we don’t know if people are powerful or influential or we could get in trouble for treating them poorly. I don’t know what happens in a world where you see someone in the street and immediately know where they work, where they went to school, if they have a criminal record, what their credit score is. I don’t know how society changes, but I don’t think it changes for the better.”Couple the widespread adoption of doorbell cameras with face recognition technology demonstrated by companies like Clearview, and we've arrived at an Orwellian society, where, if you have to go on the run from the authorities for whatever reason, and you pass one of these devices in the street, you can be traced and arrested fairly quickly! Remember, the authorities are not always right.