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Hi Stacey. I have grave privacy concerns vis-a-vis facial recognition being used by anyone Except law enforcement. It's like giving a loaded machine gun to a child - and that's in the cases of Google & FaceBook. When the criminals & weirdos who have it on their phones start using it to find rich people to rob, or women to stalk, then we're REALLY in trouble. Let's nip it in the bud, before innocent people are ravaged. Duncan p.s. It's not impossible that a weirdo working for Google or FaceBook could use their system to rob or stalk...a very frightening thought!"
Scary stuff, Christian! Training staff should definitely help stem the tide. Sometimes the sea of bad guys trying to hack-in seems like the Dark Ages "bug-eyed monsters" and "gripping beasts" featured interlaced literally all over their art. Their use of "horror Vacui" makes it seem like the monsters are always everywhere - not one millimeter is left clear of the horrible little monsters. Duncan"
Hi Belinda. I know I'd be quite peeved if I sent a testimonial in good faith and it was edited as you advise. I probably wouldn't do business again, and Might even leave reviews on 3rd party sites (that you couldn't control) if it really bugged me - at least to the extent that what's reported in your testimonial is "funnied up". I don't mind being contradicted, but I hate being edited. Duncan"
Hi Willis. I'll bet learning your team can handle things without you there every minute is a Huge relief! Maybe that ought to be reason enough to take time off - just to make sure the business still works (though I think some entrepreneur's egos might be bruised with that knowledge). Duncan"
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