Since 2002, "Don't be evil" is the informal corporate motto  of Google. Now they are an integral part of our lives and they know a lot about us by scanning our emails, and keeping track of our search strings, where we are, where we are going, what our house looks like, where we eat, what we like, who our friends are and more.


That's a lot of information about us in the hands of a global company, who seem to be nice guys. But what if they aren't? What if they change from "Don't be evil" and decide to sell us out for monetary gain, political motives or just because they can?

Google + is trying to work it's way into our lives, but it may not be the open and honest platform you assume.


I came across this and figured its food for thought about our privacy, our security and their honesty. WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE AHEAD!!!