Msg#: 4639437 posted 11:58 am on Jan 23, 2014 (gmt 0)
Not only did it block the Google employee at his home, but it also had a report on what the employee does in the morning, suggesting that it's been stalking him, keeping an eye on his routine.
It's hilarious how the person writing the story called it stalking when a person/people kept an eye on this guy's routine when Google does the same thing on a massive scale and with far greater detail by using code embedded in websites, their Chrome web browser, their mobile operating system Android and many other ways. I guess most people, including news reporters, feel ones privacy can only be invaded when done so in person. It goes to show you how ignorant some people are.