Honestly, you don't see what is wrong is with your statement? OK, then, good luck with your anti-Google crusade. I'm sure that will "change" minds. And they say I am stubborn here...
Google knows its drawbacks. If there were large enough blowback from governments or it customers, it will change and adapt accordingly. Surveillance? I'm not losing sleep over it.
Don't like new technology? Get over it.
Last edited by Watercooler; 28-05-2014 at 02:37 PM.
Whether it's by malicious intent or accident, Bookblogger is certainly right. Perhaps within our lifetimes we will see the day when it is impossible to live offline/off grid.
I think it's absolutely legitimate to question the intents of multinational corporations, some of which have grown so large and ubiquitous that they are now effectively beyond the reach of any government oversight.
That's me done, you can knee-jerk contradict me again and have the last word.
Google or other large multinationals will never get away with blatant abuse. Not in today's age. The same online technology that allow such diminishing of privacy also means a corresponding diminishing of keeping secrets. Especially so if the secrets happen to be some nasty plan that preys on innocent civilians. Snowden may be the first, but he may very well not be the last of his kind.
You do have wikileaks after all. Technology cuts move ways. A double-edged sword for companies and governments.
But of course, you are going to ignore the substance of my point and just go on and on about how argumentative I am...when it is you who is the one being argumentative.
Last edited by Watercooler; 28-05-2014 at 05:44 PM.
Will you need a driving licence to operate one?
or even eyesight? Or age >6?
Who's no claims takes hit in an accident?
Once they get these cars out on the road, I can reach the highest level of Laziness