posted on Apr, 23 2014 @ 09:55 AM
It's funny how they gave this distinction to the spy camera...it was intended to monitor caregivers for abuse with children.
The security camera is used for so much more, but there are some things it could be used for that I wonder if is not being used enough in other
settings to document abuse elsewhere.
I have an elderly father who is in a hospital. The treatment of the elderly when in hospitals is often suspect and hard to prove after the fact, who
is going to believe an old fart huh? I think my Dad needs a teddy bear...don't you?
My sister works at a law firm. She is not bad looking and is expected to dress a certain way, but she is always getting unwanted advances from
certain people in her firm and clients making obnoxious comments. I think my sister needs a teddy bear...don't you?
There are many ways to use this besides nannies, I am sure there are some legalities involved in the right to privacy, but I would rather worry about
that after I proved someone was doing something they shouldn't be, I would take the risk...wouldn't you?
edit on 23-4-2014 by
soulpowertothendegree because: (no reason given)