Yes - I love sending my friend in Kansas City photos of his house
with his truck in the driveway.
He's not on the web so I snail mail the pics with a message - "Big
Brother is Watching". For those
who are worried about privacy - what are they doing that the
government should not know about ?
If you buy a gun the paperwork is destroyed 24 hours later. I think
we should keep those records
forever so we know who owns which gun. The red light cameras in
Albuquerque have people
upset because it catches them speeding and running red lights. Is
endangering the rest of us
a right ? I think not. Law abiding citizens should not worry about
chips or cameras. When I get older
and wander away from home - they can find me easily.
Getting Older in New Mexico, Woody
On Jul 5, 2007, at 8:12 AM, Pam Wellington wrote:
> Speakng of being watched, the latest in Google is their maps. I
> was shown by a friend an option on Google where you pull up a map
> and there are certain areas that you can go to where the map zooms
> in so close that you have an image just like you are standing on
> the street, of the front door of a building, you can see people
> coming out of doors, license plate numbers on cars, and you can
> rotate your view 360 degrees. Its amazingly clear. It's not in
> real time. There is no way of knowing when the image was taken, but
> you certainly can recognize faces. I had no idea you could zoom in
> that close on a Google map! There is quite a flack going on about
> invasion of privacy.
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