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Friday, May 14, 2010

Google Spying on Users? We Warned You Way Back When...


 Several months ago -- December 2009 to be exact -- we reported that Google executive Eric Schmidt had some troubling comments about users who were concerned about Google saving their searches.   Click here for our report.
Now it appears that Google has indeed been collecting data from unsuspecting WiFi users.   See this report posted tonight by the Wall Street Journal.
This illustrates that privacy is only as secure as the diligence, and ethics, of the people who have access to troves of information.   Your privacy is only as secure as the "weakest link" in the long, long information pipeline.  That is to say, it is not secure one bit.   No matter how much the corporations and government agencies doth protest.   Your privacy can be -- and in all likelihood has already been -- compromised, because there are simply too many careless, incompetent or malevolent people out there. 
As we have said before, you are the strongest defender of your own privacy.


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