That sounds like a joke to us, but many folks took it seriously. On Colbert's show, Schmidt was clear, "It was a joke, it just wasn't very good."
To be honest, we've said time and again, don't post anything to the Internet you wouldn't want your mother to see. In reality, what you post there, will pretty much be there forever.
Some have said that privacy no longer exists. In fact, with regards to an earlier lawsuit over Google Street View, Google said that "Today's satellite-image technology means that ... complete privacy does not exist."
Watch the segment from Tuesday night's Colbert Report. Interestingly, the clip was brought to "us" by the Sprint Epic 4G, an Android phone.
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