> Hardly. You are falsely assuming that *everyone* will willingly wear
> these nannybots, especially criminals or former criminals, or those with
> criminal intent.
If I record all my own activities, then I have hard evidence that I can use
anytime I choose. If I am accused of a crime, I have records to prove that I
was at home sleeping. And if I get attacked, then I have evidence I can use
against my attacker. So it doesn't matter if the criminal types wear one at
> You run into the same conundrum of the gun control people (which is not
> surprising, since you seem to have the same mental failings with regard
> to that issue as well) who falsely assume that those who are criminals
> or who have criminal intent will obey all gun control laws.
Do you really think gun control advocates believe that?
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