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Yahoo applies for patent on mass surveillance system the Soviets would envy

Yahoo has applied for a patent on a new mass-surveillance advertising method that would embed sensors and monitors into billboards, signs, and other advertisements. If you can see an ad, it can see you -- at least, in Yahoo's brave new world.
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