Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Fisher1949, Sep 18, 2011.
Presumably a screener.
No specifics and he's recording while driving. Not terribly helpful.
It's dated 1/1/2008 but he speaks about groping......something doesn't seem to add up.
This is the second video posted at TUG in the past few days where the visible time-stamp doesn't match up with the content. Is it possible people aren't synchronizing their video-recorders/gizmos? Sorry, I'm totally inept at technological stuff; I'm lucky I can turn on my computer and get the microwave to work. But I've noticed that in email, for example, several of my friends on the East Coast haven't synched their email accounts (or computers?) with East Coast time, so all kinds of crazy times show up in the message time stamp. I could be emailing them in real time, when it's, say 12:38 as it is as I'm typing this, and their message will come back to me seconds later showing some crazy time. Same with blogs. Is the same thing possible here?
Those of you with technological expertise can shed some light on this.
It's entirely possible.
No way to know for certain unless the original producer of the video sheds light.
Or batteries run down or are removed and the time reverts to the base time for that system. My camera has been in that state many times -- new photos have the wrong dates and times on the files. Date & time stamps aren't all that reliable.
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