Google.com promoted its “Street View” service as a boon to geographic exploration and discovery: “Street View, explore natural wonders and famous landmarks with beautiful 360-degree panoramas.” That’s great if you want to see the Tower of London or the many wonders of the world.
If you haven’t noticed or was consumed by Edward Snowden’s leaky leaks about the National Security Agency spying on us, a more invasive predator has already been stalking your backyard, front yard and your roof. Google has even focused in on your vehicles while providing a virtual “Street View” of your entire neighborhood.
This Google spy machine visited Syracuse on Nov. 11, when Google Street View’s driver and car were spotted on West Genesee Street taking a break from shooting “snaps” of your most prized possession, your home.
Don’t believe me?
Go online and log into Google.com and check out what any stalker with a cell phone could find. And some people have the nerve to say they’re afraid of government agencies. But who cares? Google stock is at record highs on Wall Street.
Big Brother is not only a government bureaucrat. He’s also a big businessman.