reply to post by thisguyrighthere
They tell you flat out, admittedly, that they are going to track and trace every single word you type in your emails, blogs, and on associated
websites. They tell you flat out they will be recording what sites you visit, etc.
I thought it was bad (and annoying) when Google started putting up ads for stuff I looked into (and decided I wasn't interested in and thus did not
buy) after visiting such pages, but now their gonna be placing ads based on what I say in an email or what they pull from my blog, or what videos I
watch on Youtube, etc.
Not only is that like someone having access to every conscious thought you type online, but imagine what I could tell about you just by looking over
your shoulder and observing the ads that pop up? I, a perfect stranger, could tell soooooo much about you just by observing your google search (or my
They also state that they will be storing all of this information (which could be stolen), and that they WILL provide it to anyone they are "legally
obligated" to provide it too.
So your spouse, let's say, could get a court order to obtain this information to PROVE you were screwing around or doing this or that, or the police,
or maybe even your employer could get info if they paid enough to someone on the inside?
Do you have some weird sexual interests, are you of a particular religion, a smoker, a drug user, ever thought of suicide, etc.? All of that will be
accessible to someone - Google admits. Did you once google "how to make a nuclear bomb" or "how to grow weed"? Well, it don't matter if it was
for research purposes, that will be up to whoever has the data to interpret, not for you to explain.
Yeah, they might have done all of it before, but they openly admit they will be farming all that data now and even ask you if you understand and agree
with those terms.