Google's new privacy pages surely point to massive privacy violation

Cick the tiny little link that appeared on the bottom of Google's home page just before vacation. It opens up to 30 more pages of privacy policy specifics for dozens of separate Google services, such as GOOG-411. As a former documentation writer, I'm impressed at the breadth and depth of these disclosures. There's even a one-page summary for those of us with deadlines. But I also remember the ridiculous hatefest Google whipped up by posting an earnest, detailed Gmail disclosure when that service launched. All I ask is that after you blog about the Orwellian nightmare of unprecedented proportions hidden in Google's policy pages, you send it to us.