Google launched three major industry-leading privacy initiatives that implemented the key privacy principles of transparency and choice -- interest-based advertising, the data liberation front, and Google Dashboard.
It's a great tennis facility, on Key Biscayne, with grass courts, no less. Someone builds and maintains a grass court in that unlikely climate, and it must be a lot of work. And people pay a lot of money to live in "privacy", which usually means living in a place, like Key Biscayne, where they are secluded and protected from other people. So, now that there are online privacy tools, like the ones I just mentioned, I wonder if people will really use them more. I mean, to play tennis, you have to run and serve and swing. To protect your privacy, you should hustle a little too. Someone else can build the grass court, but it's up to you to play.