Those aren't my words. That's from the title to a post by John Paczkowski on the Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital blog. In regard to Google's new pilot program with the Cleveland Clinic to store patients' health records, he writes:
Of course, by making such records easier to share with medical providers, Google may be making them easier to “share” with less well-intentioned entities. Health insurance carriers. Potential employers. Online marketers. The government.
Update: Lots of interesting discussion on this: see Michael Zimmer, Fred Stutzman. Michael Zimmer has also been discussing privacy concerns with Microsoft about their similar efforts: More designing for privacy: Microsoft HealthVault.