The jury's still out about whether Google CEO Eric Schmidt is trying to regale the world with his dark wit about people changing their names if they don't like their Google results or whether his giddy comments about Google purview are actually meant in earnest. Until Schmidt's intentions are established, CNN thoughtfully removed his statement that people who aren't keen on Google Street View photographing their home "can just move" from the video of the interview. Thankfully, they left in Spitzer's knowing smile in response to Schmidt saying, "We keep the searches that you do for roughly a year, or a year and a half."
Schmidt: Don’t Like Google Street View Photographing Your House? Then Move [AllThingsD]
Wary of Google Street View? Move, CEO says [MarketWatch]
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