In light of Yasha Levine’s earlier reporting on Google’s interest in for-profit surveillance, and in light of today’s news that Google has purchased Nest, a company that makes wifi-connected household devices, the Massachusetts chapter of the ACLU asks a critical question: “Do you want to let this company inside your home?” This is a particularly critical query considering that, as the ACLU notes, Google argued in December court filings “that it has the right to collect your most sensitive data, as long as it flows across an open WiFi network.”