The level of language used in that link was too low so I stopped reading.
However, I am interested in the theoretical end of privacy, when we can be monitored by mosquito-sized cameras and when people can beam audio signals directly into our inner ears, when anything you say or do can and will be recorded by someone, somewhere, and when there are no strangers because your contact lenses will scan faces, license plates, fingerprints, etc. and link the information to an online database.
David D. Friedman is interested in this as well, so much so that he wrote a book on it called "Future Imperfect." Somewhat poetically, he put it online so it can be read for free: [link]
There has been 1 documented case of a man (James Walbert) suing for electronic harrassment. The good news is he won the case!
Wired Magazine Article on Electronic Harrassment below [link]
Those who scoff need to take heed. Everyone who challenges the status quo may be in danger of community-based harassment. See DEVART political thread about the atheist student that opposed opposed the school prayer.
Note to thread creator: -Link to the main stuff first before going all tin foil on em! You left no room for debate on the subject and the thread may get closed quick on this very important topic. Linking to a wall of text isn't helping!
"being susceptible to that is a sign of weakness anyways." - Being susceptible to hearing a thought every 5 seconds? It's called electronic HARASSMENT and is a federal crime. You expect people to roll over and die?