on Google (not) being evil

http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2012/06/google-coordinate/

On Thursday, Google uncloaked a new service dubbed Google Maps Coordinate that lets businesses track the activities of remote workers — such as traveling sales staff and field technicians — by tapping into GPS devices on their cell phones. For instance, says Google, a cable TV company could follow the progress of their field techs as they move from home to home repairing cable connections.

Really? Is this the space that Google needs to be innovating in most? Also how does this fit into their “don’t be evil” mantra?

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