Google reported yesterday that their Street View cars have been recorded all the traffic they could gather from open WIFI networks in their way.
This means that if you were there at the right time and the right place and didn’t use any service that will help you connect to Facebook in https, it is more than likely that Google has your Facebook password. Isn’t that cool?
Their statements end with an apology: “Google works hard to earn your trust—and we are acutely aware that we failed badly here. We are profoundly sorry for this error and are determined to learn all the lessons we can from our mistake.”
Remember the buzz apology? I have a feeling that sometime soon they will apologize again. This is not the last time that our privacy is trashed by Google.