In 1997 they published an issue with a section called “2020 Guide to the future” and contains an interview with Bill Gates on what the future will look like. 23 years ago one might have read this and thought it was a science fiction movie.
With the current events going on today described specifically in this magazine by Bill Gates, we can see his communistic plans have been going on for decades. Here is a key section of the article with Bill Gates:
Will it be possible to maintain our privacy in a digital world?
Privacy is a very interesting issue. I think people are a little naive about how much data exists about them electronically today. Some countries are already issuing these “smart cards” with all your vital information on them; you use them to claim medical benefits, to vote, to identify yourself to the bank, and so on.
You know, the degree of privacy afforded each individual will always be a political decision. It’s a decision for each society. The U’S. is the ultimate we-believe-in-privacy country, so the government will probably never issue smart cards. At the same time, attitudes can change. If, for example, the U.S. went through a terrible period of terrorism, people might decide to draw the line about privacy.
This issue of George magazine has more stories about 2020 which I will get into more later. Below are videos that dive into this interview with Bill Gates.
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