There's an interesting comment by John Gapper in the FT that reviews the current behavior of Google when it comes to data and privacy. He suggests that once Google gets access to Facebook's archives then we'll all feel what it's like to be naked in this digital world...

There's an interesting comment by John Gapper in the FT that reviews the current behavior of Google when it comes to data and privacy. He suggests that once Google gets access to Facebook's archives then we'll all feel what it's like to be naked in this digital world:

Eric Schmidt, its chief executive, made clear at Allen and Company’s Sun Valley conference for media and technology executives 10 days ago that resistance to Google is useless. He dismissed the refusal of social networks such as Facebook to let search engines scan their content as a “transient” phase.

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