appears he was using the web to browse a dating site.
well I’m not going to put those on the black hole, way too many to bother with and well 1st amendment, net neutrality reasons should be added too.
Mind you, for the talk lawyers, any of this suggestion isn’t any passive aggressive thing towards electronics. I actually like how electronics, her members and leadership. Its just more observations on human behaviors coming from a security professional background and extensive study in both psychology behind UX and observations from Marketing.
However, considering this is the second time that I’m aware of electronics has someone sneaking off into there for “personal time” related computing maybe some signs should be placed up letting people know that electronics is monitored by camera 365/24/7, that only should be used for the intended usage set forth by the governing committee and space’s membership policies. And maybe some effort made to make the room feel more open and apart of the space.
TL;DR version: the maker space is a ‘no squanching zone’