Old Marcus wrote:@lexon
I will paraphrase what a ubuntu forums member said:
"People have an over inflated sense of their own importance"
Sure, google keeps tabs, but this is mostly browsing habits that they can use to throw targeted advertising at you. I very much doubt they keep info like your real name and address, or if they do, I doubt they do much with it. As for things like credit card details, unless you are required to take them (i.e. a shopping site) then I believe it is illegal to obtain them.
Cut short, most people are much less important than they think they are, and it's phishing scams that will screw them, not Silicon Valley.
lexon wrote:The Google truck has been down the streets in my town about two to three years ago. On Google maps I can see my house as if I was standing in the middle of the street, plus the homes of all my neighbor's. I can see my vehicle in the driveway and read the license plate numbers.
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