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Alex Lowe

I tend to agree with you. With the connected nature technology allowing for the consolidation of so much information in the hands of so few privacy issues are a real concern.

Obscurity has always been what has helped keep private things private. It's hard for people to find private information through other people. Computers and Google bots are able to move through this obscure online world, pick up details, organize it, cross reference it, and make it searchable.

Never before has a single entity been able to collect so much data, cross reference it, and attach it to a person.

I feel like I'm ranting now, I actually wrote a post on the Google privacy topic here. I'd love your feedback.


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-- Alex

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