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Re: [teacherartexchange] Big brother is watching


From: Rebecca Burch (mamallama_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 05 2007 - 17:28:59 PDT

Well, that and just creepy people who I really don't want to be able
to find out where I live. I think it's scary that someone like a
crazy ex-husband or stalker or other weirdo could get your address
(pretty easily, if you have an unusual name) and then find out exactly
where you live! Call me paranoid, but I've dealt with too many
mentally unstable people in my life to feel comfortable with the
amount of personal info that someone can get about you via the
internet -- without having to resort to ninja hacker skills, even!



On 7/5/07, Sharon Henneborn <> wrote:
> Besides big brother there are the identity thieves lurking.
> Sharon~NJ
> On Jul 5, 2007, at 4:03 PM, Mikel Lee wrote:
> > Hitler would have had no trouble finding all of those pesky jews if
> > they had only had their microchips. And no Tutsis would have ever
> > escaped.
> > Please note the sarcasm. We can't give up our privacy in the name
> > of security. That is how all dictatorships get their foothold-
> > Making the general public fear they need strict protection.
> > Normally I agree with Woody, but I can't go here... :)
> > Mikel in OK
> > --- Woody Duncan <woodyduncan@t> wrote:
> > . For those who are worried about privacy - what are they doing
> >
> >> that the government should not know about ?
> >>
> > ..... 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
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