Dossier Uses Google Technology to Invade Privacy of Google Exec
According to Computerworld, the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) is turning the tables on Google–demonstrating how you can easily use Google services to invade the privacy of a top Google executive.
The dossier includes a photo of what appears to be the front gate and car park area of the exec’s opulent California manor, including the license plates of several luxury cars outside the home, the executive’s landscaping company car, and a photo showing the name of the neighbour’s home security company.
The executive is not named by the NLPC, but it’s rumored to be Larry Page.
Here’s an example of what’s included in the report: