Google CEO Eric Schmidt had some scary things to say about privacy, reports PC World. In a nutshell, he said there's an almost incomprehensible amount of data out there about all of us--much of which we've generated ourselves via social networks, blogs, and so on--and we are totally unprepared to deal with the implications of that fact. Schmidt was speaking at the Techonomy confab, currently underway at California's Lake Tahoe, where large-brained people gather to talk about how technology and the economy intersect. Schmidt wasn't really trying to draw disaster scenarios. He noted that a lot of positive benefits can...

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