It's bad enough that we have a U.S. Department of Homeland Security watching our every move, but Et tu, Brute?
I'm talking about GM's OnStar service, which the company uses to track the behavior of its customers and -- until it faced political heat also monitored the activities of GM car owners who didn't want the OnStar service. Now headlines about GM's Big Brother flap are rightly zipping around the Internet.
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