This is not a mosquito you see; it is 'Insect Spy Drone', already in production and funded by the US Government.
This robotic insect can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera and a built-in microphone.
It has the capability to fly remotely and land on your skin, as a real mosquito does, and by using its super-micron sized needle, it can take your DNA sample. And you wouldn't feel much, just the pain of a mosquito bite (with no burning sensation or swelling).
This device can also inject a micro RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tracking device, right under your skin, with a small mosquito bite feeling.
People in the New York and Washington DC area have been reporting strange sightings of what were described as tiny machines hovering around different gatherings like the antiwar rally in Lafayette Square last month. A student swore these were not real bugs.
Some suspicions were also raised by some saying they have spotted these spy insect in the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Anyway, what is certain is that our window of privacy is getting real narrow these days.