GUEST BLOGGER: JOSEPH GELIEBTER, PH.D
LoJack, introduced in the ‘80s and conceived as a way of tracking stolen cars, was a leap forward in technology. Today, with the advent of GPS, tracking people as well as vehicles, is commonplace. This geographical locator ability is beneficial when pursuing criminals, but more than disturbing when used to monitor the daily activities of ordinary citizens. Read more
GUEST BLOGGER: JOSEPH GELIEBTER, PH.D.
Recently, I was going about my business getting ready to go to work only to be interrupted by my doorbell. I inquired through the intercom as to who was at my door, only to hear — or rather overhear — a conversation. After not hearing a response, I repeated my request for the visitor to identify himself. Read more
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