Google CEO Schmidt: If you don’t like being in Google Street View then ‘just move’

“Google CEO Eric Schmidt says the company’s policy is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.” And while that may be true of Google, it’s clearly not true of Schmidt, who lately has been happily high stepping across the creepy line like the grand marshal of the Tone-Deaf Technocrat Parade,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD.

“Appearing on CNN’s “Parker Spitzer” program last week, he said that people who don’t like Google’s Street View cars taking pictures of their homes and businesses ‘can just move’ afterward to protect their privacy,” Paczkowski reports. “Ironically, he said this on the very day that Google admitted those cars captured more than just fragments of personal payload data.”

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Eric T. Mole is one creepy bastage. He’s also living proof that the gulf between book smarts and common sense can be infinite.


    1. What? How do you move out of the picture after it was taken?

      Read the quote – if you don’t like having pictures taken of your home/business, then you can move afterward to protect your privacy.

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