Sources: KHOU, Business Insider
quote: What if someone puts a gun in your hand while you sleep, then goes out and shoots someone with gloves on, on the one night your wife is visiting her parents for the evening with your kid and you have no alibi?
quote: What happens if someone goes to the library and brings a thumbdrive with child porn, and sends me an email from one of those 10 minute spam email sites with "here's the pics you asked for" just because he doesn't like me. Am I suddenly marked as a child predator because google flagged my account for child porn and reported me to the authorities? And the email clearly indicates I wanted it, right? I mean, a child predator certainly would never get caught and have the forethought to say "it wasn't mine"
quote: Aren't you one of those who objects to giving up freedom and privacy for the sake of children?
quote: Google is PROTECTING privacy and freedom by taking these kinds of creepers down...
quote: You know what, just shut up.
quote: Whatever point you think you were trying to make, it's not worth it.
quote: The email scanning they do IS in invasion of privacy.
quote: But it seems you missed my point entirely.
quote: Actually, you're the only one who used that wording. You're therefore the only one here who made that assertion.
quote: this is the same argument used by people like the NSA to "protect our freedom" by collecting huge stockpiles of information to help identify the "bad people who threaten it."
quote: The latter half of the sentence was just an example of where the NSA used said excuse, not a comparison to Google at all
quote: C'mon man.... I'm all for privacy, but Google is doing its best to weigh these issues and only alert authorities in cases of clear guilt. What do you expect it to do?
quote: Do you really think it won't raise a red flag to only be on the receiving end of the child pornography?