Google`s Search Across Computers, a Privacy Faux Pas?

Since Google released their Desktop Search 3, nearly everyone has become a security expert and criticized the software feature allowing you to search across your computers. I’ve seen little actual exploration of the feature, and it’s about time people take a real look into it. Search Across Computers (SAC) is not the security problem that it has been made out to be. This article demonstrates the software and evaluates the risk.
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Google Feature Raises Legal, Privacy Issues

Unless you’re not on the Internet, you can hardly have missed the brouhaha being raised over the latest upgrade to Google Desktop Search. It’s marvelously convenient to be able to search all of the computers you own for the file you need, regardless of what computer you’re presently working on. But is it worth the privacy you must give up to use it?
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