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Google’s Wi-Fi Plan For San Francisco Stirs Privacy Debate

Privacy advocates have raised concerns over Google’s proposed free Wi-Fi service in San Francisco, which would target users with advertising based on their location. Most troubling is the potential of tracking where people go on the Web based on the user names and passwords they use in signing on to the network. If that information is stored in a database, then government or private lawyers can subpoena it later in criminal or civil matters. Full Story

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