Years ago, back when I was working for a security systems
company (cctv/access control/fire/intercom/etc. systems) as a
service tech/installer, I had to register each year with the
state's board of private investigators and private security
agencies - which included getting my fingerprints recorded. The
powers-that-be like to keep track of people who know these
systems and the buildings they are installed in. I bet there
still is a file on me somewhere because of this.
> >some consider them art as well. i would.
> >> Not to mention that most architects consider their blueprints to
> >> be copyrighted intellectual property.
> I think a theif/bank robber would love it too!
> In las vegas, blue prints are extremely difficult to get for obvious reasons. I tried to buy some from the city of las vegas of the strip and the
> city told me that I'd have to get a written permission from all the building owners before the city would release the prints. I said, ok...... I'll
> see you in about 20 years.