1. I want to know what is it about my blog or profile that takes me to christian mommy blogs when I click on the next blog link on top. Are these the predominant blogger group or is something about my google profile making the algorithm pick these blogs? If it is the later, it is one of my strongest peeves against google.
After hogging all my private info without providing me with choice (unless i dont want to use google/gmail - i,e turn amish), I would think the least they can do is make sure their software is actually useful - their ads if useful to me would be useful to them too -the chance of me clicking on the ad would increase, increasing their revenue blah blah and blah.
For the amount of info they steal from me, I deserve better.
2. Meanwhile, finally there seems to some law in Europe where some one is realizing that the user should have a say in these hazaar cookies that collects the (utterly useless) browsing info. With companies like google whose service I use, there is some justification in their collecting my information but when I hear of cookies from random websites collecting my browsing information that peeves me more.
3. How do you inadvertently collect data? like when you are enhancing google map you steal data from people's private but unsecured wireless connections - how does one accomplish something like that without even trying?
You dont come to my house for censor data and collect my bank passbook that too unitentionally, no? Evilest company.
4. Also, how can any company ensure that these sort of data doesnt fall into the hands of some random crazy individual - securities walls are bound to be hacked. That is the scariest stuff.