Clearly a rich people problem. Us poor's fix our own computers and do our own house cleaning using geek squad or molly maids means you guys have way too much money, feel free to send me some.
On a similar note I worked at a 1 hour photo place a while back. The rules were not to look at the customers photos but if we did notice something illegal we were supposed to report it. I always wondered how that would work since we weren't supposed to be looking in the first place. Of course it was impossible not to look because you had to monitor the screen and do color correction, line up negatives etc. Then you had to check the final photos.
I developed a few porn shoots but as far as I could tell the women were all of age, not one looked younger than me and that was in my very early 20's. Saw plenty of bongs and pipes some guns drugs a couple times, but mostly people are boring as heck. In the days before digital I was surprised by how many people did homemade porn which is probably why when I worked on computers it never shocked me. If so many people were willing to do it and have it developed in a 24 hour lab by a 20 something guy getting the privacy of digital had to have caused an explosion.
Besides the owner of the local strip club that would bring in rolls of photos of prospective dancers the most exciting thing I ever saw was when a cop needed a roll developed for a court case that afternoon (I guess he forgot to get the lab to do it) anyway green boards covered in cash, guns and drugs, no perps though.
As a libertarian I never once called the cops on any of the stuff I saw but had I ever seen kiddie porn I might have bent my principals some especially since my wife was pregnant with our oldest at that point.
Never heard about that. Just another reason I'm glad I have never needed Best Buy.