Your heavenly Father knows everything about you, but must Big Brother try to do the same? Our federal government’s lawsuit against Google is more than just a little interesting – it has far reaching implications in terms of government and your personal privacy and your rights as a citizen of this country.
No matter what you do or do not look at on the Internet, there comes a point when citizens ought to ask questions like: “Just how much does the government really need (and not need) to know about my life? Where is the line between ‘need’ and ‘nosey’ to be drawn? Exactly what freedoms am I willing to give up for the sake of possible increased security and/or increased prosecution of threats to our society?”