Privacy is not Google's issue but yours says Schmidt
If you do something "bad" and it's being out on the web, don't start complaining, you shouldn't have done it in the first place. That's watt Google CEO Eric Schmidt last week suggested in a CNBC Google special.
The remark of Schmidt doesn't really show he knows what the 'normal guy' thinks and knows. Many people will not even think about consequences, simply because they cannot estimate the consequences. That is one of the things you might expect from Google, that Google will inform the people what could be the consequences and hands them a way out. Schmidt takes the 'easy way' and points at others.
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