Sgt_Kickaxe - 12:10 am on Jun 20, 2010 (gmt 0) [edited by: Sgt_Kickaxe at 12:21 am (utc) on Jun 20, 2010]
Begs the question why. This is all a moot subject since it's all collected by your IP but still...
Why would Google want to link your email address to your house?
Why would Google want to extract email (and other) content?
Why would Google intentionally GROSSLY violate privacy like this?
Who is benefiting from this data? Government? Military? Wall street?
What exactly is IN Google's vast databases that would hurt countless people if the plex was ever taken control of by terrorists.
Google did the deed, the questions need to be investigated and answered. For all we know this is the tip of an iceberg and regular people would not be shielded from the full probe of the law, neither should Google.
Who SHOULD be responsible for starting an inquiry? Will they? If not, Why not?
What a mess.
I'm not rocking the boat, I don't really want to know, it's my own fault for having wi-fi. Now THAT is a problem I can easily fix.
[edited by: Sgt_Kickaxe at 12:21 am (utc) on Jun 20, 2010]