Offended By What Someone Said? Now You Can Report Them To Law Enforcement

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Soon free speech will be a thing of the past in paranoid America.

DIGIT Lab’s “Hate Incident Reporting” app promises to turn complete strangers into secret, hate speech/bias spies.

Watch what you say, because the person sitting next to you could be reporting you to law enforcement. 

Gone are the days when Americans were unafraid to voice their opinions or make snide comments in public. Because DIGIT Labs will turn smartphones into bias reporting devices.

According to a PHYS.org article, DIGIT LAB’s new app allows strangers to report someone for exercising their first Amendment rights.

“The first of its kind, the app accepts reports beyond crimes captured in police records. Users from around the country can document all incident types, from derogatory epithets written in bathrooms to slurs yelled from a car window in addition to violent assaults.”

This app will make swearing at a fellow motorist or flipping someone off: hate speech.

Where in our Constitution does it say that it is acceptable to report someone who has not committed a crime?

Since 9/11, Homeland Security has tried to turn the entire country into home-grown spies with their “See Something, Say Something” campaign that essentially does the same thing as DIGIT LAB’s Hate Reporting app. If someone see’s something or see’s someone acting suspiciously they are encouraged to report it to law enforcement.

But the University of Utah’s, Hate Incident Reporting app, promises to create a Federal free speech blacklist.

“The major problem we’re dealing with is that hate crimes are so underreported, not only to police, but from police to the federal government,” said Emily Nicolosi, researcher, and Richard Medina, professor of geography. (Nicolosi helped develop the app.)

Creating a national blacklist of people who use derogatory epithets and slurs will turn this country into a mirror image of China.

“We’d like to see it used nationally to get better hate incident statistics, and to understand why, how, and where people are active in hateful incidents, and how that offends or hurts people,” said Medina.

Although the PHYS article claims that all reporting is confidential and anonymous, the amount of detailed information a person is asked to provide would make it easy for law enforcement to identify someone.

The “Hate Incident Reporting” app. asks users to submit their location a photo or video of the so-called bias incident. It also asks them to classify it “out of multiple types of bias: religion, disability, gender, identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and other.”

Handing pictures, videos and detailed descriptions of someone or something that offended them, will turn law enforcement into speech police. Apps designed to report people because someone is easily offended will have a detrimental affect on free speech.

What makes this app and DHS’s See Something, Say Something program so disturbing is how it encourages people to report on one another.

If history is any indicator, it won’t be long before we find these apps bundled onto tomorrow’s smartphones.

With each passing year, one thing has become painfully obvious, America is moving closer and closer to adopting China’s social credit score.

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7 thoughts on “Offended By What Someone Said? Now You Can Report Them To Law Enforcement

  1. Reserve me a suite at the local hoosegow. They’re never going to be able to shut me up.

  2. What I glean from this is that whenever I speak my mind (I don’t have a filter and I’m usually in trouble) in front of some tree-hugging dirt-worshipers or religious whackos or Blue-voting scum-suckers, I’m better-off just killing them right then and there before I get in trouble for spouting something that MIGHT offend their sensitive little selves. Ya….I think I’m gonna enjoy this new paradigm.

  3. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahah! Don’t these idiots realize this whole nonsense system can be turned against them? I mean, if I don’t like someone just because, I can now make up utter BS about what they said or wrote and have them put in jail? Folks, this crapola will backfire very very quickly.

    for instance: though I am a white Christian I can claim to be a tranny New York Accent Jew, say some neighbor was “anti-semitic” for saying I was a white Christian hater of geffilte fish and matzo, and that neighbor would immediately regret it because you know well no one’s actually gonna check the fact (remember–Noahide says you only need one witness!)…. This is just an example. I wouldn’t do this because unlike Talmudists I believe in Christ and the TRUTH, but this sort of thing is very likely to happen to more than a few people. It is simply a way for nosey neighbors to screw the neighbors they don’t like, and for Talmudists to put Christians (and Muslims too) in jail for no reason..

  4. “Gone are the days when Americans were unafraid to voice their opinions or make snide comments in public.”

    Not for ME.

    “This app will make swearing at a fellow motorist or flipping someone off: hate speech.”

    No such thing, it can’t be shown to be a crime using any kind of logic whatsoever.

    “What makes this app and DHS’s See Something, Say Something program so disturbing is how it encourages people to report on one another.”

    Communism 101.

    These pukes are exceptionally dangerous, since they can be ANYONE.

    Extermination is the only option for the likes of them.

  5. More communism, and so many don’t recognize it.

    It’s very hard to sit with kill instincts when the moment has not yet arrived.

    I am so tired of being enraged. So tired.

    1. My trigger finger is not tired, on accounta lack of exercise. Oughta build that muscle memory back, maybe lose the twitch. 😉

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