You can’t trust Google with your privacy anymore. In fact the only thing you can trust about Google is that they will sell you out. Think about that for a moment and what it means to you, your family, and your friends, especially if you use Gmail.

I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately, and it’s really quite disturbing. I have both personal and work email hosted by Google.

If you’ve ever read their Privacy Policy, it’s more of a disclosure on the different ways they can get around protecting your privacy than keeping your information private. Like the Patriot Act, it’s good in name, but a complete contradiction in what it stands for materially when you dig into the fine print.

Read on, and pay close attention to “For legal reasons…”