With the intricate technology that not just exists already, but the quick nature of developing newer, more complex systems that have more functions combined with the stealth nature that technology seems to be directed toward or have as some kind of function or possibly even a default and those of us who are not extremely tech savvy can get into a lot of trouble. Plus, it seems more and more that there are systems that can be made to just automatically operate in the background of our daily technology. Given that it can be assumed I think that anything that is in the public sector, has been available to the government far sooner and what they have is more complex, comprehensive versions of the technology and . well I'm sure you get the picture. What was once considered paranoid is now not just expected but in some cases a given. Thanks again for your detailed reply
as well as the way in which you expressed it. Likewise, your objectivity and non ranting presentation is appreciated and valued. Natalie I appreciated your in depth analysis of both Orwell's masterpiece, 1984, as well as our current situation regarding privacy in our country. It is interesting to me that the machinery of the government apparatus doesn't realize itself
to be intrusive beyond its rights I just noticed that I even speak of the government as a machine.