Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 22nd May 2010 21:18 UTC
Google This issue kind of fell by the wayside in all the WebM and Android violence, but apart from the cool things Google did this past week, they've also done something really bad. They claim it's a mistake, but the company has collected 600GB of data from open personal wireless networks in 33 countries through its Street View cars, prompting several countries to initiate official investigations into the search giant.
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RE[5]: Permission
by gnemmi on Mon 24th May 2010 09:12 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Permission"
gnemmi
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2006-08-17

Don't bother .. they just won't get it ..

They've been slowly yet steadily trained to think that if you use the internet, no matter what, it's your fault.

They are finally living in the Orwell world .. and got there by the means that Huxley proposed.

They have been warned hundreds of years ago, yet they still gave up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety ... they brought it upon themselves, and now, its payback time.

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