__/ [John Bokma] on Friday 18 November 2005 22:00 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I foresee entanglements...
> They are already there, for long. Google's core business is information
>> All information will soon be available in dozens of Linux
>> datacentres, which is a bit scary.
> Why? I am convinced that it's way more secure in their datacentre compared
> to your or my home.
True. It's more regularly backed up and it is highly secured, physically.
>> Think of the amount of mail these
>> datacentres have accumulated over time. If AJAX office suites
>> became a reality, then all your bases will definitely belong to
>> Google. Google Wallet, anyone?
> And there is more to come.
Yes, I know. If you think about the controversy Google Print has sparked, and
assuming that the worst is yet to come, one becomes apprehensive. I have
just linked to an article from the Register.
>> I foresee exposure...
> I think Google is on the very top of keeping the data as secure as
> possible. It's their core business, remember?
I sure hope so....
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