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Following Thursday's revelation that the Bush Administration has ordered search-engine providers to turn over usage records, citizen rights advocates and attorneys have voiced alarm over what many say is an unprecedented invasion of privacy. The administration has said it needs to survey this data in order to build a case against exposing children to pornography on the Web. "That information -- what a person searches for on the Internet -- is not like knowing what brand of toothpaste he uses," said attorney Thomas R. Burke. "It is far, far more intimate."
Immediate connectivity has brought personal space and distance closer in both the private and enterprise realms. As users of the connected marketplace, we all run the risk of our digital assets becoming part of the uncontrolled mass. Control of your enterprise’s original IP must be maintained to remain a viable competitor. Companies can function online, so long as its done in a smart way. Read more at http://www.essentialsecurity.com/Documents/article12.htm
Wake up people! Child molesters are thriving because we allow child porn to be viewed and chat rooms to exist. We would never allow child porn on TV yet we allow it on our computers. Expecting parents to control a childs computer, ipod, cell phone etc... everywhere they go is not realistic!
The software to protect these devices has to this point be a failure.
keep up the good work stand up for our rights and it is our right to surf where we chose . i dont believe in child porn never will .just because some do not all of us should pay with our privacy .this is nothing less then cencership.i think it is the parents place to control there children.this is what is wrong with our country the gov has over stepped it's bounds took away the rights of parents to discipline there children also took out discipline in schools.i am a mother of four by the way.