They say you canâ€™t put a price on your familyâ€™s safety and nowadays that safety extends to their privacy. Thatâ€™s the kind of borderline-paranoid thinking that could lead one to worry over Microsoftâ€™s Kinect sensor for Xbox 360. Afterall, itâ€™s an array of cameras pointed squarely into your home and powered up at your most vulnerable, vegetative times. Is it monitoring your sedentary lifestyle for the health insurance industry or maybe spying on your preferred clothing brands? If these questions keep you up at night or if youâ€™re just tired of pulling the plug on Kinect when youâ€™re not dancing, the makers of the Pritect Cover would like to show you something. Yup, itâ€™s a $10 piece of black plastic that covers the cameras. The press release goes on to make some valid points about voice commands not being impaired and blocking the infrared light that may mess with your delicate home theater but basically itâ€™s a fancy privacy screen. If a folded piece of paper, an open game case or a repurposed Kinect box is putting the funk in your feng shui I canâ€™t think of a better, more aesthetically pleasing solution than this.