Sun chief dismisses privacy concerns in wired world

While many may applaud Scott McNealy's vision of a connected digital home, others will surely take exception to at least this part of it: The incursions on privacy it portends. "If I could embed a locator chip in my children, I would do it right now," the Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq:SUNW) CEO said during his Thursday keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show here.

While many may applaud Scott McNealy's vision of a connected digital home, others will surely take exception to at least this part of it: The incursions on privacy it portends. "If I could embed a locator chip in my children, I would do it right now," the Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq:SUNW) CEO said during his Thursday keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show here. "I know a lot of parents who would do it as well. Some people call that being Big Brother -- others will call that being a father." Full story to follow. -- Rob Lemos, ZDNet News.