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They were selling for about $200. 00 each I think the police told me at the time. The question I want to give to you is. How do you plug these kinds of holes?I can replace money and possessions and get over the embarrassment of being scammed, but what about our children?@Leon, who asks "but what about our children?". That is the question many supposedly security conscious people are asking themselves. These people fall prey to salesmen hawking home monitoring, home security cameras, kiddie cellphones, kiddie GPS tracking, and even worse. They will vote for politicians who promise to "protect them" by putting up public security cameras, reading their mail and e mail, tapping their telephones, and taking away yet more of our freedoms. This is sheer paranoia based upon a poor understanding of risk. Leon, your children are YOUR responsibility first, not society's, just like my child's security is mine. Every time I hear "but what about our children?" as an excuse for another absurd paranoid and ineffective law or invasion of privacy, I stifle the urge to scream. You did not explicitly say so, but implied it.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

They were selling for about $200. 00 each I think the police told me at the time. The question I want to give to you is. How do you plug these kinds of holes?I can replace money and possessions and get over the embarrassment of being scammed, but what about our children?@Leon, who asks "but what about our children?". That is the question many supposedly security conscious people are asking themselves. These people fall prey to salesmen hawking home monitoring, home security cameras, kiddie cellphones, kiddie GPS tracking, and even worse. They will vote for politicians who promise to "protect them" by putting up public security cameras, reading their mail and e mail, tapping their telephones, and taking away yet more of our freedoms. This is sheer paranoia based upon a poor understanding of risk. Leon, your children are YOUR responsibility first, not society's, just like my child's security is mine. Every time I hear "but what about our children?" as an excuse for another absurd paranoid and ineffective law or invasion of privacy, I stifle the urge to scream. You did not explicitly say so, but implied it.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

They were selling for about $200. 00 each I think the police told me at the time. The question I want to give to you is. How do you plug these kinds of holes?I can replace money and possessions and get over the embarrassment of being scammed, but what about our children?@Leon, who asks "but what about our children?". That is the question many supposedly security conscious people are asking themselves. These people fall prey to salesmen hawking home monitoring, home security cameras, kiddie cellphones, kiddie GPS tracking, and even worse. They will vote for politicians who promise to "protect them" by putting up public security cameras, reading their mail and e mail, tapping their telephones, and taking away yet more of our freedoms. This is sheer paranoia based upon a poor understanding of risk. Leon, your children are YOUR responsibility first, not society's, just like my child's security is mine. Every time I hear "but what about our children?" as an excuse for another absurd paranoid and ineffective law or invasion of privacy, I stifle the urge to scream. You did not explicitly say so, but implied it.