posted on Jun, 3 2013 @ 07:02 PM
The biggest issue is trust. It's just that simple. If you believe in allowing things like this to be done, you have to trust someone.
And sadly, we are used to trusting people with big things like this in our society. We stop to get something to eat without a thought as to what's in
it. We trust our ISPs with information that practically creates a digital diary of everything we think and say. We trust the same people not to record
every word we say on the phone.
We trust judges and politicians and cops not to abuse their positions. And the simple fact of the matter is that any law can be changed, ignored,
amended, misinterpreted. There is nothing protecting us from anything. It's like a lock on a _ It's a joke. Just break the window and you're in.
You can put an alarm on it but if people ignore the alarm, what good is it?
And it goes on and on. If you've ever been screwed over by someone you trusted, you might know that it's a matter of time before it comes time to pay
the bill. Eventually, you will always trust the wrong person too much.
edit on 3-6-2013 by BrianFlanders because: (no reason given)