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View Diary: "Where were you on the night of June 10th, 2013?" (77 comments)

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  •  down low (4+ / 0-)
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    DrCoyle65, Lujane, bobtmn, Oh Mary Oh

    When people need to keep something secret there are many ways to do this. For example, if you are trying to start a union or help battered women you'll want to hide these things in plain sight.

    Yes I do things that I don't wish the world to know about. Having my location tracked can't stop me. (or you)

    And really meeting in person can be a lability, at times.   But if it's a must there are way to do it.

    The question is not "will this happen" because it's here already-- we need to start putting this technology to work for us -- not helping them to take it away form us.

    •  Not entirely true (2+ / 0-)
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      kbman, kurt
      Having my location tracked can't stop me. (or you)
      Disappearing people is a long tradition among governments and organized crime groups. If someone with access to the tracking information wanted to stop you from doing those things, they would know where to find you to disappear you.

      As the Wall Street disclaimer says: past performance is not necessarily an indicator of future results.

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