But yes, it is violation of ones privacy.
"It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." - W. C. Fields
works for me i was just curious, thought maybe there was something you saw that i didnt.
Thing is you dont really have privacy at work or at school. You have some to your own personal body but even that is limited. Now im not saying i agree with that but its just the reality.
Your privacy on others property quickly becomes limited.
I think the system would be more fair if it targeted known truants. No need to track the movements of otherwise trustworthy students, which I am sure makes up the majority of most school campuses.
Trouble is, it's hard to justify such a huge capital outlay to track only a handful of students. The simple fact is, we have the technology to track people 24/7, so we will. Our work trucks have GPS in them and can tell how fast you're going, and sends an email to our office if the truck you are driving goes over a certain speed threshhold. Our company gets a discount on their insurance by having this technology installed. This school district is getting a similar incentive in the form of increased funding for using the system.
I literally moved one of our company trucks from one end of a parking lot to another and immediately got a call on my cellphone asking me why I moved the truck.
The morality of abortion is not a religious belief, any more than the morality of slavery, apartheid, rape, larceny, murder or arson is a religious belief. These are norms of the natural law of mankind and can be legislated even in a completely religionless society.