[NA-Discuss] Gov't surveillance on the RIse
Louis.Houle at oricom.ca
Sun Nov 25 20:46:23 UTC 2012
A couple of months ago, ISOC Quebec helped a woman in Quebec City who's
car plate number was very obvious on a photo taken from a car (not only
trucks Garth), along with her home address, street name...
Google accepted to delete (really?) the map info published but her (not
so friendly) ex-husband had it all, already!
Privacy you say?
La Société Internet du Québec (ISOC Québec)
Louis.Houle at isocquebec.org
Le 2012-11-13 19:40, Garth Bruen at Knujon.com a écrit :
> Doesn't Google have a truck that takes pictures of people and their houses?
> F.T.C. Fines Google $22.5 Million for Safari Privacy Violations:
> Not downplaying concerns over government intrusion, just wondering at the
> source and the timing...
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