The brain net: violating the privacy of university students

@article{Flores2018TheBN,
  title={The brain net: violating the privacy of university students},
  author={David Salinas Flores},
  journal={International Physical Medicine \& Rehabilitation Journal},
  year={2018}
}
  • D. Flores
  • Published 6 August 2018
  • Biology
  • International Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Journal
The Brain net is a means of communication developed in a person who has invasive neurotechnology, nanobots,1 microchips,2,3 or brain implants like the cortical modem,4,5 devices that act as a TV antenna translating the digital information into analogical one, which allows broadcasting information from the brain and being sending via wifi to cell phones,1,2 computers,3,5 televisions and even to other brains,6 thus a televisualization of daily life can be performed with the Brain net. In short, a… 

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The brain net: violating the privacy of university students

  • D. Flores
  • Biology
    International Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Journal
  • 2018
TLDR
The Brain net is a means of communication developed in a person who has invasive neurotechnology, nanobots, microchips, or brain implants that allows broadcasting information from the brain and being sending via wifi to cell phones, computers,3 televisions and even to other brains, thus a televisualization of daily life can be performed with the Brain net.

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