On another thread members are discussings right to privacy issues in random checkpoints set up by law enforcement personnel. I have no problem with that because I feel I have a responsibility to be law abiding when I get out on public roads and if I choose not to use the public roads, then I don't have to deal with law enforcement. BUT. . . . . New issues are surfacing all the time. I can type my home phone number into my browser and VOILA!!! I see my name, my husband's name, full physical address, age, and other personal information plastered right up there in full view on my monitor screen. And did you know those photos you post on Facebook or here on USMB can be telegraphing the exact location those photos were taken? Look at this: GPS in cameras and phones creates privacy issue | Video | 7online.com I'm not naive. I know skip tracers, P.I.'s, law enforcement and other government officials have all sorts of means to find out just about anything about me they want to know. We can all still run but it is becoming increasingly difficult to hide. Does this bother you? Or do you see it as simply inevitable in the modern technological age?