Hint: "Armed security officers" can also be untrained overpaid mouthbreathers with power trip issues.
Then we'll clearly need some protection from them. Some kind of guards with guns would be best.
Why would a 'for profit' corporation go out of its way to protect the rights of consumers that don't even know they're having their privacy invaded to start with?
Especially with the tacit agreement "we'll just keep this between us, right?" to prevent any competitive disadvantage. Until Lord Snowden began his journey...
But implementing his proposal and similar ones would likely reduce the prevalence of such females. Basically if a douchebag and his family are killed, those genes are eliminated from the pool. Repeat over enough generations and you have fewer douchebags and fewer women who want to be with those douchebags.
But these women are hot!
Yeah, yeah, I know, I'll be lynched for saying that Bill "I am Satan" Gates should be on par with RMS, ESR and Linus, but think about this for a second.
Bill founded what is now the largest software company in the world, and wether or not you agree with him, he has made a important contribution to the computing industry: Microsoft brought desktop computing to the home user.
Now, be honest. How many of us had our first computer experience with MS-DOS or Windows 3.1? Do you think that if computers still consisted on thin-client-server models based on huge VAX mainframes, that Joe and Jane Smith would be able to dial-in to AOL and connect to thousands of people around the world? Would the Internet have blossomed into the vast information network it is today without the aid of easy-to-use software from Microsoft? How about Grandma who wants to set up a webcam so she can chat with her grandchildren? She doesn't want to have to sit and hack kernels for hours. She wants Plug-and-Play, baby.
Look, disagree all you like, but thanks to things like Windows, Office, and MSN, modern computing has been made easy and affordable to everyone, thanks to pioneers like Bill Gates.
If it hadn't been MS, it'd have been someone else. The competitive market for clones and peripherals created by the open-like architecture of the IBM PC was much more responsible for our pervasive personal computers. That, and Lotus 1-2-3.