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Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Jan 4, 2011.
Alright gang, good chat. I'm off to the more "light-hearted" forums then off to bed. Take care!
I had a pattern lock on my phone, but took it off because it got annoying. Its back on now no matter how annoying it is. What a stupid state I live in.
Language folks.... let's watch it
This is when the government gets too powerful.
Not necessarily true. But you seem to be the expert.
I don't have anything to hide. But its just one more freedom we are giving up. All in the name of saftey!
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Wow, this sucks! If you live in Cali that is. The only pics they would find on my phone would be of my hind quarters!
Mike, you keep saying you're a product of the 60's and trust me 50% of the people have no idea what you're talking about. I'm 58 years old, I grew up in the 60's too. Never trust anyone over 30. Never trust the man. Been there, done that.
We aren't in the 60's anymore, far from it. We have a better understanding between police officers and their citizens. When I was in Elsmere KY about 7 years ago I got pulled over for a speeding ticket and cursed and swore at the police officer in a small rural town in Kentucky and he was nothing but restrained polite to me. These aren't the same cops who beat me up because I refused to move then then a two feet when I was told I was loitering back in 1967.
Not all cops are good cops but they certainly aren't anything like they were in the 60's. And as I got older I began to appreciate what they do for their community
Be vigilant there is nothing wrong about that. But being a child of the 60's doesn't mean you can't move out of the 60's and into the 21st Century as far as cops are concerned.
Why do they need to search your device if they can just bluetooth your devices ID then ask Google to upload your info to them?
Note to self - buy a burn phone when visiting California.
Or I could also just password lock my droid.
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This cracks me up. The only thing I said was that as far as I knew, all law enforcement officers are volunteers. That and the fact that I am a product of the Sixties. From those rather vague statements several people have extrapolated that I had unfortunate run ins with and/or harbor a grudge against cops. That is a considerable "leap" IMHO.
I can see this ONLY in highly populated, HIGH crime rate areas. Not like where I live or anything. I can see New York, Brooklyn, Orlando, etc...having this enacted. Just huge cities with HUGE crime rates.