When my children were young and they found intrigue in Hardy Boys books, I taught them how to do many things the old-fashioned way. How to tie shoelaces and not take the easy Velco route. How to spell and look up words in a dictionary. How to hold a pencil, write, and add a column of numbers. After all, I said, if they only know how to keyboard and rely on spell checkers, what … [Read more...] about Domestic Spying Is Irrelevant to Access & Privacy Pros—Or Is It?