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Saturday, December 20, 2003

 
Online maps direct people to your home shocker! Oh well, duh! Are people really only just now waking up to this? Given that it's very easy to simply type in an individuals name and get details of where they live, their phone number, an arial photograph of their house and so on, it stands to reason that some people will use this in ways that were not intended. Just how obvious is this? It should be - very. I've been talking about it since last century, and we've had at least one high profile murder of a television presenter linked to this sort of service. Jeez.