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Monday, 18 August 2014 11:57

McAfee warns against Google perils

Written by Nick Farrell

Google knows to much

Security software expert and on-the-run murder suspect, John McAfee has taken time from his busy schedule to warn the world about the perils of Googling.

McAfee has called upon people to resist Google to protect their privacy saying that the search engine appears to believe that if people have nothing to hide they have nothing to fear.

"If everybody knew everything about everybody else, what would human behaviour become? You need to think this through," he said.

He said that people could not have intrusions into our lives and still have freedom. McAfee added that Freedom was all he had.

“And it's all you have, if you think about it."

We thought about it and came to the conclusion that we have a lot of things which are not defined by the fact that Google can see us. But hey, we don’t have Belize wanting us to help them with their inquiries.

Nick Farrell

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