posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 11:59 PM
Very much agreed. In some ways I don't worry about having my every keystroke logged - I don't do anything illegal, but perhaps just participating
on here would be enough to make me a "security risk"? I guess if "they" deem it then so be it.
Google does worry me though with how they have such a monopoly on the web and how that position is unassailable, there's no realistic way around
google as far as I know, even if I used another search engine, most browsers are google by default and I've never come across a website with search
features that weren't google. Maybe time for ATS to take a brave step?
Does anyone know where else google are going? It may sound overly paranoid, but with google maps/earth etc, are they at some point going to be
linking in to inner-city security camera networks? Are they there already? Maybe on the plus side, if they are, then these systems will work (lol),
guess not they'll probably still operate on windows...
Does make me think of IBM and some software they were running in the 40s.