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November 01, 2010

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Joshuacraiglee

I think this would be a perfect case for some empirical evidence. I really believe that most people have no idea this add-on exists, and that they believe that their data is safe without some fairly complex hacking being done. If that is the case, then the question is whether that is reasonable.

This brings up a very interesting question - if the technology makes this "spying" incredibly easy, should the technology itself change whether the expectation is reasonable?

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