skibum - 4:09 pm on Mar 7, 2006 (gmt 0) Sure, a lot of that info is already out there but at least it is spread among different entities.
I don't think it's anti-Google specifically. Why would you want to hand over all (or part) of your private business and personal data to Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Ask or any other company? Do you want one company to know where you go online, what you do, what you search for, how much your business makes, where all of the traffic to your sites comes from, have copies of all your email communications, and then use that company to store all the information you have on your hard drive? Then one day, your private info is exposed on the web due to a security breach or Google has to hand over all that data to the govt for some reason or other.
Sure, a lot of that info is already out there but at least it is spread among different entities.