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batye
batye
5/4/2016 8:48:59 PM
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@DHagar  it the same as life on the internet... many crazy people and criminals... but what we could do... it only to stay away from this Riff-Raff's crowd... it life this days...

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DHagar
DHagar
5/4/2016 8:10:12 PM
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@batye, I fully agree.  It destroys the human trust in communities and neighborhoods. 

Maybe we need to use our digital connectivity in smarter ways to rebuild security and then we, as humans, need to take steps to resocialize our communities and rebuild neighborhoods.  Big task, but worth doing - it is our quality of life.

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DHagar
DHagar
5/4/2016 8:07:25 PM
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@John Barnes, great scenario - I love your creative thoughts!


Then we will send them to "drone prison" - or "disconnect" until their term is completed.

Note:  I was an avid fan of your entire technology crime series on Light Reading - you're the best!  Thanks for adding color to this.

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batye
batye
5/4/2016 7:52:14 PM
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@JohnBarnes I see your point and then I think about it like with all technology... could be used for good or evil... but it no longer simple....

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batye
batye
5/4/2016 7:49:48 PM
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@DHagar  it like things change other night... in small city... where we must keep doors locked... not like before... sad, sad, sad... 

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
5/4/2016 7:46:49 PM
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Hunh. Wonder how long before they start building houses with Drone Delivery Hangars in the roof -- i.e. the drone arrives, sends a signal to open the door in your roof, flies into the space, drops the package, flies back out, door closes. And then how long before someone hacks a drone hangar for criminal purposes (drone enters, deposits bomb .... drone enters, releases gadget that crawls downstairs and unlocks doors and windows ... drone enters, releases micro camera drone which moves to bedroom ceiling .... drone enters, releases swarm of nanoburglars ...)

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DHagar
DHagar
5/4/2016 4:12:57 PM
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@batye, a sign of the times, I guess.  Sounds like a smart move.  You should open up the service to your neighborhood for "monitoring" and have it pay for itself!

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batye
batye
5/4/2016 2:37:15 PM
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@DHagar  I do hope so as this days Co. care more about bottom line than consumer... I hope trend will change... with Amazon making it... better...

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batye
batye
5/4/2016 2:34:54 PM
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@DHagar in my area it like crime wave hits it and no resolution in sight... I put security cameras everywhere in my backyard and from of the house....

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DHagar
DHagar
5/4/2016 2:21:09 PM
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@batye, they sure continue to prove that, don't they.  They are one of the most consumer-focused companies and they continue to demonstrate the value of that.

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