I asked Bob Wallace—author and former CIA tech office director—about the preponderance of ever-awesomer kids' spygear. We shared a laugh about cheap cameras, false notions of privacy, and unstoppable technological progress. His point? We ain't seen nothin' yet.
I've given birth, being seen naked no longer phases me. Heck, if you're going to spy on me, I hope your not afraid of naked booger pickers.
Heck, I'll bet my employer knows more about me than I do. Not so sure they're keen on knowing my bra size though.
I think it does grow a bit more disturbing though when it's in children's toys. Imagine the perverts that could let loose there. But then again, the neighbor boy drops his trousers whenever he feels the need to pee all over some tree, so who knows.
Oh yea, and some jerk off pooped on the picnic table, so, uh, yeah... I'd hate to be the guy that comes across that picture.
It was a long day.