Wednesday 29 June 2011 by Spacey

Google unveils new way to steal your personal information


Online search giant Google has launched a new social networking website in its latest attempt to steal as much personal information as it can from as many people as it can.

Google+ allows individuals to share photos, messages, comments and absolutely anything other detail about themselves which Google might find useful.

“This is the thing which replaces Buzz, the thing we told you would replace the thing you use for social networking,” revealed senior vice president of engineering at Google, Vic Gundotra.

“We found people didn’t give us enough valuable information using the Buzz platform, but we think Google+ is the answer.”

“We’ve made privacy invasion by a multinational corporation easier than ever – you honestly won’t believe how straight forward it is for us to use all the information you’re going to blindly give us.”

Google’s new social network

But some analysts have said Google could have a difficult time converting people who prefer having their data stolen by Facebook.

“People have already had most of their information stolen by Facebook – asking them to start from scratch with another social networking site is challenging,” said Debra Aho Williamson, principal analyst with research firm eMarketer.

“Like the old saying goes, ‘better the privacy breach you know’.”

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