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---- California lawmaker wants to blur Google Earth
swa66 - 5:57 pm on Mar 14, 2009 (gmt 0)and planned using satellite images that are publicly available
Before claiming a security point of view, has it ever been established there was *any* actual violent attack that was
and that this could not have been done using for pay services already out there (e..g the former USSR spy satellites gone commercial)
and that this could not have been done by simply visiting the site (recon)
For politicians around the world it's _so_ much easier to overreact than to not react as with over-reacting there is no risk for them: either the measures actually stop something and they can go "told you".
either something happens anyway: and they can go "we didn't even go far enough", even if the measures they propose are irrelevant
either nothing happens and they can proudly proclaim they prevented it (even if it would not happen anyway)
Don't be lulled into being scared by those you put in power (whoever is in power and wherever you are on the globe).
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