ordeal should start to worry us all a bit: "Googling of certain things was creating a perfect storm of terrorism profiling. Because somewhere out there, someone was watching." I am sure you were already aware if not worried. Via Zerohedge we realise what Google (amongst others) knows about us: Tom Gara writing on Corporate Intelligence, the WSJ business news blog digs deeper and discovers a hackers' and hence PI's goldmine. Tom goes on to see the good side of this:
"There’s another side to this, of course. In the long run our online histories will become one of our most cherished forms of memory, in some ways far more powerful than anything our brains are capable of. Gmail was one of the first Google services we signed into, and that was less than a decade ago. The Chrome browser has been around less than half as long. Our web histories are still young.There's also diaries and photographs of course but I know what he means!
Give them another ten years and they will paint a picture of our past — of who we were — more detailed than any memory."