At the opening day of the SXSW (South By SouthWest) conference, Vic Gundotra, the person behind Google+, said that Google won’t break the trust of its users concerning its new privacy policy. He said that if Google does, people can leave “with just one click.”

What did he mean by “leave”? Did he mean that we can just stop using Google if our personal information is breached or used in ways we don’t want? If so, his comment about being able to “leave” isn’t a great option. And what if you decide you really want to leave Google — meaning, you want all of your personal information deleted from Google. Also, does anyone really think it’s that easy to leave Google? There seems to be much more involved than just one click. Here are a few of the recent postings about doing just that.  www.theonion.com; http://www.pcmag.com/articles; http://www.slate.com.