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I can think of a lot of ways to misuse this product

May 30, 2007

Parents, do your kids trust you too much?  Would you like them to be more emotionally distant, more wary, and never tell you anything?  SnoopStick is here to help.  Just plug it into your kid’s computer, run the setup program, and quick as you can say; “I just don’t know why we don’t talk anymore” you can spy on everything that happens on his or her computer.

Husbands and wives can use SnoopStick to spy on each other, too.  It’s fun for the whole family!  There’s endless ways to show you’d rather run a power play than risk having any real relationship with someone. 

Bosses can even use SnoopStick on up to three employees at a time.  Just remember your employees might use a SnoopStick on your computer if they know how to bribe a janitor.  It’s really hacking made easy.

Note: there are about a zillion ways around SnoopStick, including running the computer off a Knoppix or Ubuntu boot CD when you want privacy. 

Categories: Geeky, Security
  1. zilch
    May 31, 2007 at 02:00 | #1

    What a great idea!  But can I run myself off a Knoppix boot so the Big SnoopStick in the Sky won’t see my nasty thoughts?

  2. May 31, 2007 at 06:03 | #2

    Sure, but then you wouldn’t remember the (fun) nasty things you thought and did while you were running off the boot disc.  :smirk:

  3. May 31, 2007 at 08:31 | #3

    I love these inventions.  Instead of parents trying to make a connection with their kids they can take the easy way out.  What a country we have where parents don’t have to try anymore…

  4. james old guy
    May 31, 2007 at 12:11 | #4

    Can a big bux law suit be far behind? I am sure if we don’t have one, there will soon be a law about this that will be totally ridiculous.

  5. Abhilasha
    May 31, 2007 at 14:58 | #5

    AH…i would rather prefer the good old keystroke loggers …….

  6. zilch
    June 1, 2007 at 02:09 | #6

    But a keystroke logger won’t show the pictures…

    I wrote the SnoopStick people a nasty e-mail, but for some reason they haven’t replied.

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