Big tech and novel technology have progressed extremely far. Neurotechnology, brain reading, and manipulation are expected to grow and develop more to drastically impact our lives. This comes with some exciting possibilities of improving our learning, perceptions, and ability to connect with each other. It also comes with some dangerous problems, like human rights violations by authorities and perpetrators. More needs to be done to make the public aware and advocate for proper policy and protections. A concerning modern use of teleneurotechnology is its combined use with public stalking and harassment. This includes public surveillance and harassment like stalking, “group-stalking,” company and private investigations, neighborhood watch, Patriot Act, and more. Currently there is no direct trace for teleneurotechnology misuse. However, through symptoms, brain activity, and behavior, the details of when the misuse occurred and potentially who was the user can be looked into. While current laws might be helpful in some cases, more is needed. Creating regulations that add better tracing and protection requirements is important to ensure a safe and fair future. 

Teleneurotech combined with public and cyber harassment tactics have shown to have real damaging impact. For example: this technology is used on the religious homeless as a sort of “entertainment” for the harassing, who are usually motivated by money, to convince them “God” is communicating and leading them. When in reality it’s a collection of people gaining something from messing with their lives. This “messing with” can vary in severity: it can be minimal and effect nothing but just some wasted time, or it can be as severe as psychological torture. Even with the minimal though, this type of harassment usually is aimed at getting the individual to be violent with themselves or others, and the quote “Death by a thousand cuts” holds very true. Julian Assange, a whistleblower journalist, has made claims of continuous harassment and psychological torture by government agencies. The F.B.I. has tried to radicalize and encourage violence from targeted individuals. Which has been historically bigoted. With this technology what other tactics might be used and how will this affect those issues and others? What can be done is learn and organize and take political action, while spreading positive news about how these phenomena can help counteract its misuse. 

Cautions are important, but what can be done to help and empower people? Neurotechnology that was used to harass these victims, can be used to heal. The same public stalking tactics that are used to put individuals and others around in danger, can be used to protect them and mitigate those that are putting others in danger. We should look at our new inventions and popularized social interactions with a critical and open lens. Gaining control over our rights during this technological growth is vital. The ability to share information and skills is vital to enhance and bring everyone’s potential and creativity to maximum. The treatment and enhanced learning might even close the gaps between economic and social groups. A more beautiful world would be if this maximizes our intellectual, social, and artistic side rather than our pettiness, vulnerabilities, and hierarchies.

There is so much more that can be discussed, and further analysis and cross-analysis between neurotechnology and group-stalking phenomena might show a significant connection and danger. 

What have you heard of and what are your opinions on these "newish" phenomenon? 

For example: Group stalking research shows that indigenous women and women of color are disproportionately affected by group-stalking. The F.B.I. and native communities have spoken out on their fear of missing indigenous women. Are these phenomena connected?

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