That was completely uncalled for, and you completely missed my point.To act like that is the only reason that I have outlined here is not only disingenuous - it is downright dishonest of you and reveals that you are just looking for someone to argue with.
I will not be that person for you. Go play somewhere else.
I'm not pointing out that things go missing and there's a method for getting them back. I'm pointing out that chances are, you use(d) those methods and you apparently trusted using them even though you didn't know everything about them. You don't know your banks auditing methods, and they're not advertised on their websites. You don't know your CC's or utility auditing methods. You have no idea how many third parties your personal information passes through, that chances are cannot be trusted just the way you feel that LJL cannot be trusted, but you still use them.
The first part of this thread it was discussion of who's going to protect us from a rogue employee at LJL. Now it's turned into who's going to protect us from the entire corporation. Granted, I do not like the last statement you posted from their website regarding that they'll turn information over without consent of the owner of the laptop, I do feel that is well over the top, and I would think hard about that. Chances are, I'd never use their product on my PERSONAL computer, but I would consider deploying their product on laptops supplied to employees here that are company property, as they are exactly that, company property and there would be no expectation of privacy on that point.
I do not feel as though LJL is just randomly searching harddrives as a lapdop of the RIAA or MPAA if they were, they probably wouldn't still be in business. It's your choice not to use their software, so don't use it.