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11th January 2014, 04:48 PM |#1  
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Google is working on robots. Imagine the situation in future.
Google servers are the brain. So the robot has all the knowledge in the world. All that you can search on google today will be its knowledge. Say making computers, other machines, bombs, making computer viruses, boiterrorism.

It knows where u are. its know the world routes. Its knows traffic info. Maps, GPS

It knows who you are. It knows how you look. It knows what u like. Google+

It knows what you see. Google glasses, google goggles

It has all you confidential date. Mails, drive, keep

It knows your password of other online services(dropbox, box, mega, ubuntu) Through chrome browser and chrome os.

It knows you wifi password. Its knows you personal relationships through messages, photos. Hangout, picasa, Google photos.

It knows what you are typing. Google keyboard.

Just imagine if such a thing having so much info goes crazy, maybe in it's advance stage by some virus or hack. Then what. Is it really safe to trust google so much with so much of our private information just because it is google and it is free?????

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