Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Exactly. If someone crashed a plane into skyscrapers and also had a
> GMail account, do you really think that the FBI would avoid
> penetrating datacen- tres in order to identify accomplices?
They probably already *have* the data. I mean, I see no https connection
when I connect to Gmail.
> Surfaces are not truly flat and also the resolution is coarse as
> data comes from satellites. Will Google deploy some surveillence
> cameras too? It is, after all, a "cool idea". Find your favourite
> spot in Google Maps/Earth; then, have a look at some live cameras
> in the area. If that does not worry you, I don't know what would.
Why would it worry me? Someone with a tiny camera in his clothes can do
the same, and probably more (follow me in buildings, etc.).
> With perverts and stalkers out there, that's the last thing humanity
Ah, yeah, perverts and stalkers are sitting behind the computer drooling
at a streetcam.
Or are they *out* on the street? If you worry about Google, worry about
how small cameras are at the moment...
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