Sgt_Kickaxe - 7:13 am on Oct 27, 2011 (gmt 0)
Interesting article, humans are stripped of all privacy and treated like livestock to some government and financial entities who ironically wish to remain anonymous themselves so they can keep doing it. It's pretty clear why Google execs refuse to use their own Google+ service isn't it.
edit: In all fairness that article points out that Google does indeed review government requests and does deny a good portion of them. In my opinion that's not good enough however since the person who's data was gathered isn't notified or involved in the process. If you're under investigation for possible criminal activity that's fine but otherwise it's illegal, so says the charter of rights.