Saturday, February 16, 2013 4:12:15 PM
Why don't they want you to know who they are hunting? Like is it grandmas? Or like little kids? Anyone drones "hunt" will be perceived as a victim of our government until a time that there is evidence that the person is guilty. Eh there are police helicopters out doing it now why not just arm them?! :p
Friday, February 15, 2013 7:28:10 PM
Sure Facebook and Google do share said information with third parties as per their privacy policies. But if any of those third parties don't have proper handling procedures, or if one of them happen to be fake, then Facebook would not want share information with that entity because it would be bad for their business. Also Google and Facebook have refused government requests for info without warrants.
Friday, February 15, 2013 7:22:27 PM
It's funny how people are worried about the govt. tracking their movements, while they are completely willing to give the information for free to google, facebook and other "social media sites"
Tu quoque, when people volunteer information generally it`s because they expect some benefit in return. In your example it would be the ability to expand their personal network and build personal connections. If anyone has the ability to track your movements and purchases, without your consent and any oversight, there is no incentive to prevent abuse of that information.