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Excellent discussion, Stuart and Christa. There are fears and doubts associated with novelty, or hearing about something and not understanding its implications.

I'm glad you were able to have the exchange and drill down some more.

I guess the way I look at it is, there are a lot of creeps who now have access to my life (at least the largely professional aspect). If LE has access to it too, that's cool with me.

Did you see the "My #1 Friend is a Cop" case study on Cops 2.0? That's what that is all about - kids' ability to tell creeps that they have access to LE. (Though, as that detective noted, some kids do share your concerns.)

I would be interested to explore further. I wonder if many folks don't like the idea because they want to be able to post "whatever, whenever"? So then it's incumbent on LEOs to continue to relationship build? Anyway, if you want to discuss more, let me know and maybe we can talk more via email!

Thanks for jumping in Christa...you just hit on a lot of my concerns. I'm a little wary of allowing authorities access to my life...seems just a tad creepy...

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