Join Date: Oct 2015
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Translated from another website:
"How profoundly creepy.
Today I was at a place.
I was also at a time at this place.
At this time there was an event at this place, a regular. A public. An event is actually said too much. Because people do something, and you go and look, maybe spend some money, or leave it. No entry fee or so. Open to everyone.
This event I've visited. Just to take a look. I just walked around there. Nobody did know me, nobody knows who I am.
That's how I thought it would be.
But I had my phone in my pocket. And had only searched the road before with guugle maps. Not the event. It is a long road. And I had parked several hundred meters away. The event I never mentioned to my cell phone.
Now guugle maps asked me on my cell phone, how did I enjoy this event and if I could give it a rating.
The other day I had used in a car without an own navigation system guugle maps to find the way. When I got there, I'd park the car in a parking lot and got out. Guugle maps asked me if we want to remember together about the place where the car is, so that we (i.e., guugle maps, and I) will find it again.
Big Brother is ahead of you!"
Nothing will ever protect against the big spying and this must be said especially when smartphones are used.