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Here I'll put some unsorted casual list about important milestones for putting you in a box. The first ones are the older ones so don't wonder if those are in a running state:

"Professor Marina Gavrilova, the founding head of the lab – among the first in the research community to introduce and study neural network based models for information fusion – says they have developed a biometric security system that simulates learning patterns and cognitive processes of the brain."

A "great research" attempting to store all that happened to you in detail inside your own DNA! "Or you can imagine other huge data sources like all the neuronal firings in the brain, which can be encoded in the DNA, and you can do a selective reading of that, as needed, and so on...", like "George Church, the Robert Winthrop Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and a founding core faculty member of the Wyss Institute for Biomedical Engineering at Harvard University" is proposing in the video at the article.

This one is very good paper about Bit Torrent direct and indirect Monitoring. It displays how even single torrent usage is enough to put you in tracking lists.

Pretty frightening news about Microsoft patenting surveillance technology against its own customers, but almost all kinect applications profit from behavior monitoring as well.

Seems like students became officially prisoners.

A commercial system for tracking You and Your behavior, because of You being "social".

Seems predictions became very trendy, because "social prediction start-up Behavio, which collects data from your mobile phone to forecast what you might do in the future, is joining Google".

Would rather call that "10 Technologies that will rob your life".

Well everyone wants a big piece from the pie, right?

Finally, we have officially granted mind control implants!

Anytime access to your PC granted by Intel. Maybe one of the first public news of this kind.

"...aims to develop and test wireless, implantable “neuroprosthetics” that can help servicemembers, veterans, and others overcome memory deficits incurred as a result of traumatic brain injury or disease." This is the purpose of the ~50 million USD program for sure.

Those smart lenses are definitely “for people living with presbyopia who can no longer read without glasses, the ‘smart lens’ has the potential to provide accommodative vision correction to help restore the eye’s natural autofocus on near objects in the form of an accommodative contact lens or intraocular lens as part of the refractive cataract treatment”.

An innocent game or just the next milestone of upgrading the mass surveillance database of governments exploiting the precise and higher number of smartphone sensors using modern sensor fusion SLAM algorithms?

It seems that writing and reading your mind using media is not enough, so within the lead of DARPA all biggies including Facebook, Google and Elon Musk are in the race of planting a read/write interface into your brain and plug it into the cloud of IoT.