posted on Sep, 14 2005 @ 08:29 PM
Not sure how to react here.
On one hand there is, and will be, a serious need for extensive database security. As previously stated, this would be a hacker's honeypot so to
Here in the US we have seen many recent instances of so-called secure databases being almost freely accessed by unscrupulous
On the other hand, this does have it's positive and beneficial aspects.
If it prevents, stops, or hinders even one case of drug abuse, drop-out, or child abuse, then I personally feel they should go with it.
As a father of three (pre-teen to teen), even though I have complete confidence in my children's up-bringing, morals, values; I also have to realize
there are those in this world that see things in a different manner.
It's a coin toss from my standpoint. If the security is shown to be sufficient, then I would not have a problem with it.
In regards to the previously stated concerns, regarding deletion of any/all files, upon reaching the age of maturity [per se] . . . yes, this will
definitely need to be addressed.
However, again, as has been stated in prior posts, "they*" seem to have a hard time with "deleting" any information "they*" have aquired.
*they = replace with whatever suits your geographic location?!
[edit on 9/14/2005 by 12m8keall2c]