Indiana Bypassing the 4th Amendment?

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

This kind of irks me. It’s legislation like this that, while I agree morally with it, it’s not right and it will jeopardize the ability for the governments to come together and pass rational legislation that will HELP the people. Here’s a story from Indiana that highlights a bill in the stat legislature that basically […]

Child Porn Rampant in Virginia

Monday, April 14th, 2008

Here’s a nice scary thought… Do you live in Virginia? Well, over the last 2½ years, state officials have received (during undercover investigations) 215,197 Internet child pornography transactions from nearly 20,000 private computers … in the state of VA. And you still think Internet predators and child pornography is just a little thing that is […]

Internet Predators are Real

Monday, April 7th, 2008

I meant to write about this last week, but ran out of time on Friday. For all those that say fears are overblown, I submit the following four stories from Wednesday and Thursday of last week. These are abridged versions of the stories; you can click the links for the full monty: Ohio Cops Help […]

House Aims to Stop Online Predators with Legislation

Friday, November 16th, 2007

I’ve known about some of these bills for a while, but here they are in the news. They are going through the House and still need to be considered by the Senate. [Courtesy of the AP] The bills would make it easier to monitor and prosecute cyber crimes against juveniles and to educate children about […]