David Canton with the London Free Press argues that, in the age of Google; specialized people search sites; blogs and social networks like Facebook and MySpace, internet privacy is all but nonexistent.
From the article —
In addition to Googling a person, sites have been created for the purpose of profiling individuals and businesses. Try putting your own name or the name of someone you know in zoominfo.com and see what comes up.
At the same time, more people are using sites such as Flickr.com to post personal photos and del.icio.us to post personal web links.
The explosion of digital photography has resulted in a rapidly increasing number of photographs online. People typically expect pictures to be viewed by friends and family, but they are often available for anyone to see.
Social networking sites such as Facebook.com and MySpace.com or one’s own blog or comments left on other blogs leave trails of personal information.
You can read the entire article @ Internet privacy doesn’t exist.