Saturday, August 27, 2005

Privacy and Gadgets

". . . Today people can take pictures of you or make voice recordings
or otherwise capture you at times you don't even suspect it in private
places," says UVA's Paul Lombardo, Ph.D, J.D. According to Lombardo
the days of easily making the distinction between public and private
space are gone. "The best recommendation for people in terms of
privacy is if you're in public don't expect to be treated privately."

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