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Monday, September 05, 2005
  'Soon we'll make dreams clickable, or destroy them forever'
"Google finally has what it needs to catalog the DNA of every organism on Earth," said analyst Imran Kahn of J.P. Morgan Chase. "Of course, some people might not want their DNA indexed. Hence, the robot army. It's crazy, it's brilliant—typical Google."

"This announcement is a red flag," said Daniel Brandt, founder of Google-Watch.org.
"I certainly don't want to accuse of them having bad intentions. But this campaign of destruction and genocide raises some potential privacy concerns."

Click the bubblewrap! (no dreams)
 
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