> OK while I respect privacy,
> And I respect freedom of speech,
> If I were a company like Google, I could simply enforce the security
> responsability that comes from monitoring the data passing through one
> of my servers. Looking for viruses and whatnot, not to mention I would
> have bought and maintained, not to metion provided access through said
> servers to someone like yourself. AND paid the bandwith fees that come
> with said access.
> >From "Whom" exacty........
> You said your mom could do a search and find your chats........
> DID your mom do a search and find your chats, or maybe your
> girl/boyfriend, or you husband, or wife?
> So now its Googles fault your homelife sucks.......
> If your standing on a street corner and your planning with your friend
> about robbing the bank across the street, and a cop walks by, waits for
> you to act, arrests you and says in court that he overheard you on the
> street and that tipped him off. Is the case thrown out because the cop
> violated your "privacy"
> It does not matter where you go, what you do, where you chat or with
> whom.........Theres an old saying and it goes like this.
> "If you dont want something heard, then dont say it."
> Everything that is said here is public........
> Now think about the industry.........
> I am willing to bet you ANY amount of money that your activities are
> much more closley monitored thaN you think........
> I used to work in the industry, every internet service provider has a
> "cacheing" server used to speed up access to there customers most
> activly used webpages.....thats part of the network structor, and your
> NOT changing it. Without it, load times would be a lot longer than they
> Bet you didnt think of THAT huh.
> Deal with your punishment, and remember, next time dont be stupid and
> say something you dont want heard.
Its nothing like that.
Someone once said: the US government archives all phone calls.
But they don't make them available to mother, that's what Google
does with chat, which ****I**** made from home. From home, and
along those lines. Google CANNOT touch it, nor Bush. Illegal
in the name of humanity.