TheMadScientist - 1:09 am on Jun 20, 2010 (gmt 0)
That's a non sequitur example because credit cards are separate from bank accounts.
Good hair splitting...
It was a debit card with a major CC logo on it.
saying open wifi is a good thing
No one has said that anywhere in the thread.
You're right, Google can listen in on anything not secured and use the data any way they feel like. It's okay... You win. Google is in the right, that's why three countries are asking for information from them, Google's wanting to destroy information (evidence) they've been gathering for 3 years (now that people see their hand in the cookie jar) and other countries are looking into their actions... They're so right on the Governments want to have a look at what they have so they give them an award for a job well done!