frontpage - 6:09 pm on May 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
Here's a viral idea. As an SEO company, hire a PI to follow Eric Schmidt for a week or two. Then use a sniffer to grab whatever you can from around his house. See how intrusive you get.
Publish and watch the traffic roll in. Or have Eric Schmidt balk - even better.
Something similar was already done and Google did not like it one bit. You see Google operates under the premise that "its okay when we do it".
"Google Inc. has blacklisted all CNET reporters for a year, after the popular technology news website published personal information of one of Google's founders in a story about growing privacy concerns for the Internet search engine, according to a CNET statement. ...
To underscore its point about how much personal information is available, the CNET report published some personal information about Google's CEO Eric Schmidt -- his salary; his neighborhood, some of his hobbies and political donations -- all obtained through Google searches."