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May 17, 2012

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Darren Chaker

No doubt as the increase in technology, so will the ability to snoop. Privacy needs to keep up with both.

Lucy Lu

There are solutions, but until we get proper legislation making app developers, have you op in instead of opting out, you will never know what you have downloaded to your mobile device.

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Mklh

Its addressing right to privacy... Not if people are living morally or not.

ELois P. Clayton

With all the BULLYING/KIDNAPPING/STALKING and such happening in the world today, I think that it's a good/fantastic job, to be able to access such information, JUST BECAUSE of the success it will develope in nabbing such evil individuals....PS: If a person is living right, there should be NO problem with authorities having this information BUT, on the other hand, some 'authorities', has to be monitored as well, for there is ALSO, much of that, happening in the world, BUT, overall, it's for the safety of us, who ARE living right....PPS: This is a SUREFIRE way, that will encourage bad individuals to get it together, since the CCA, is looking for a way to justify the 'prison industry', for UNFORTUNATELY, there will STILL be those who has NO intention, of doing the right thing, BUT, with this law in place, at least we'll know WHO'S sincere, about living as a human being should live, for the sake of our children AND our communities!

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