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It was back in the spotlight again with the news of the government's axis of our personal -- some people are talking about how strong ties are between the company and the administration.
It just south part may gonna help the government get information.
-- very chairman Eric Schmidt is an Obama supporter who helped him win reelection he has his -- and privacy.
You have something that you don't want anyone to know maybe you shouldn't be doing in the first place.
But if you really knew that kind of privacy.
-- reality is that search engines including who do retain its information for some time.
And it's important to for example you we are all subject to the united states of the Patriot Act.
He is possible that that information can be made available to the -- it.
Is an example the paycheck creative problem but it's fact is there's an awful lot of information -- -- to be helpful to have campaign.
Not least of which is it helps target and mini targeting down to a people's interest so I can help them in terms of marquee soon so we have to.
And it also if they're keeping that that the data I'm literally emails could be stored on the Gmail but he must be stored and at some later date the government says we want those.
As Eric Schmidt points out via the Patriot Act which would be -- but if they did that they turn of Malvern who knows what.
They would fine I mean it's just getting scarier and scarier if I don't want to stand by an eight minute first blog that they have to be stopped.
I'm too far gone on it from the on but that the private companies that have all of the information so like when I go line.
Google -- Baidu search for a looking for shoes like Kimberly is and then -- find out -- the next time -- go -- -- -- of my favorite -- -- -- and they're just automatically there.
And for issues like release that we're we're allowing private and corporate and corporate America is doing to us what we are accusing the government of doing.
I am so not worried about Google what I'm worried about is my wife.
Looking into an all you got to clear your history America -- Cut -- -- until those -- yes I eighty I guess we they're looking first Kimberly -- It is your angle we can't get I don't know you can click yeah dude it's -- cool thing I had it fox fire I think physical medicine and I'm.
I even know what I'm saying I don't -- what I always wondered what Google met with the actual word -- now I know what it is if you're conservative it -- your screwed.
Look at us and fascinating media that they go golf all these guys the guys that owned it aironet founded -- they're very very high eight.
With Obama and the administration that's why he was giving the talking points protect them say that hey listen don't do bad things -- -- -- be read about we have to comply -- the Patriot Act and section such.
He's playing for one team.
Yeah but let's remember that on the other side -- the corner that Karl Rove people -- and rightfully so legally.
The Wal-Mart lists of people who for the roses to California.
People collect data as many places they candid thoughts to match people up to their voting.
No -- like pandora is a good example of that do they have the capability to they'd listen to it and they they.
Contract what you're missing two and then they'll make it in the next -- iTunes you find out up if you like this music you'll like this music and it actually kind of useful and help us I.
That's developing a profile marketing to the profile -- the difference here is when its data -- emails when it's voice conversations.
That's information that's not necessarily at the personality.
Thing you want him meat market to its its personal privacy that there -- You know I now live at -- time today al-Qaeda like Kevin a five shows.
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