Privacy advocates nearly publish guide to carjacking Google executive

In a response to Google's recent assertion that "complete privacy does not exist," the National Legal and Policy Center released a step-by-step guide [PDF] to finding an unnamed "senior executive" from the company. While it doesn't reveal the home address, it does show a number of intersections where one might lie in wait to assault or kidnap said executive. Using Google Search, Maps and Street View, naturally.

The press release also quotes Google's Internet evangelist Vint Cerf declaring, "there isn't any privacy, get over it," though from the context of the cited article, it seems he was jokingly parroting former Sun Microsystems CEO Scot McNealy from 1999.

Privacy advocates nearly publish guide to carjacking Google executive

Any commenters care to name the executive who lives in the walled compound pictured here? If you're worried Eric Schmidt will blackball you, feel free to send us a tip instead. Update: Of course, it's Larry Page's house (which Valleywag had earlier revealed). And the NLPC didn't do a great job of obfuscating the address — opening the PDF in Illustrator or Acrobat Pro makes it easy to remove the redactions.