The nanomafia: nanotechnology's global network of organized crime

David Salinas Flores
2018 International Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Journal  
The nanotechnology has become a billionaire industry with multiple potential applications on human beings; however, experimentation in humans is high risk, for that reason, the transnational nanotechnology companies would be resorting to criminal methods like the organized crime to achieve that purpose. Thus, mafias of nanotechnology, "nanomafias", would being created, mainly in Latin America, which would be multiplying vertiginously due to several factors like the ignorance in society
more » ... in society regarding the use of nanotechnology as criminal weapon, the "invisibility" of this mafia for being used as its tool, the wifi, its economic power, the extortion with the Brain net, the silence and participation of the press and the health unions, the media disinformation campaign, its world interconnection, being an organized crime and the possible participation of authorities of the national police, the prosecutor's office and the judiciary, and the intelligence services. Nanomafia aims to become the greatest organized crime network in the world, therefore, the world society shall know, be alert and report the crimes committed by this nanomafia.
doi:10.15406/ipmrj.2018.03.00115 fatcat:pwshtdnbsbhbfa2k6tbdvgkuyy