When one considers some of the hotly debated issues of this Obama era, they often boil down to a single, overriding question: How far should the government go in regulating things such as health care, privacy, free speech, etc.? In other words, where does personal responsibility end and government responsibility begin?  

This question was particularly brought to my mind by a recent Associated Press article, which noted that cyber criminals are increasingly targeting small and medium-sized businesses. These companies don't have the same resources as larger ones, which continually update their computer security and have more sophisticated systems, according to an official of the U.S. Secret Service's office of investigations.  

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