By Sean Maguire
No one would be stupid enough to expect anonymity on the internet. We know that Cookies saves what you've looked at, we know Facebook has been called a U.S spy machine and that Apple has used the iPhone to record your every movement.
Even lovable Google can be scratched off the list of the good guys, as The Sydney Morning Herald reports today, that a criminal suspect was tracked down in conjunction with the police because of the locations of where he accessed his gmail account.
The interesting thing is that this proves a double-edged sword for companies and governments. Sure you can use, sell and give the information but you're equally susceptible to leaks as we all know all to well.
It seems the net has a lot of holes in it and that it serves a lot of people for them never to be sewn up.
What do you think about internet security? Do you think about the seemingly innocent information you provide on the net that might be being recorded? Tell us and remember...Disqus!