Google: privacy vs. open government

Thursday, 3 May 2007, 12:15 AM EST

At the Center for Digital Democracy, CEO Jeff Chester has been tracking the privacy implications of Google's growth, particularly in light of Google's plans to index data from government Web sites. "To the extent that Google can match up public records with other user data that goes into advertising targeting programs, that's a problem," he said.

At CIO Today.

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