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Michelle
Michelle
6/30/2017 8:14:39 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@Joe Wow, I wondered if that had happened yet. I was almost positive something like that would have happened by now.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
6/30/2017 3:23:51 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
Exactly and hear days it feels like every kid by the age of 7 had a smart phone..

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
6/6/2017 10:18:18 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
ElizabethV,

Well, it might work out to your advantage -- perhaps it will miss any of your age-related ailments and just assume you have colic, or are teething!

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Michelle
Michelle
6/3/2017 10:19:09 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@elizabeth The blur tool could be an option, but schools probably wouldn't have the staff to edit photos like that. Students will have phones themselves...

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/2/2017 5:07:50 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@elizabeth: Blur tools don't do everything, and a lot of people routine miss stuff that could be used to identify them.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/2/2017 5:06:15 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@Michelle: I'm reminded of a teacher I know who got in significant trouble for sharing a video of a student event on Facebook--even though it was in a friends-only post. Parents take this stuff seriously -- as do administrators.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
5/31/2017 11:51:25 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@Michelle - That makes sense. When there's a large event and a bunch of kids standing around, it's hard to for one person to pick out all of them, especially if it's a larger school where no one can know everyone. But then I would think you could potentially use a blur tool to make some of them less obvious too. 

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Michelle
Michelle
5/31/2017 7:01:14 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
Interesting observation -- you're right too. Schools once sent home media release forms for parents to sign. These forms are still available, but say it is near impossible to keep children out of all possible photos taken at events.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
5/31/2017 5:51:25 PM
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Re: Picking up a thread dear to my heart ...
@Joe - personally, I'm starting to wonder if even those in Europe who have experienced being spied on, have the ability to bring such warnings about its potential problems to the forefront anymore. Even in Europe. I think as a whole a lot of people are becoming complacent with potential problems our society is facing right now. We're just so far removed from the problems of the past anymore, they aren't real for too many people. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
5/31/2017 5:47:10 PM
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Re: IOT threatens Smart Cities
@afwriter - I completely agree! Why security isn't being seen as the top issue is extremely disconcerting. You're right when you say the bugs could cripple a city. I would hope there would be a plan in place to deal with such an event. But reading that security isn't a top priority makes me wonder if even that is being over-looked. 

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