Seems I missed out on something. The update I did on “Bandwidth of a lifetime” wasn’t from complete sources. Computer Weekly kind of missed out on the most important thing about the DARPA plan – it is designed to draw inferences and be a full record of an unwilling participants’ life. The idea, according to New Scientist, is to build a massive block of circumstantial evidence against a suspect, and then lock them up without a trial forever. Gosh, are you glad you don’t have these cretins writing your policy? Oh, wait. You do. Where the US leads, the UK follows – except they have a constitution that still means a little something.