Oh. I apoligize. I didn't read it correctly. I thought that google was sharing this information.
I think Google needs to be careful like Facebook about the reputation that they have in the public's eye but on the other hand they have a quite a bit of cash to defend themselves. Anything on the Internet isn't perfect. It's only perfect as the developers and users that find the bugs or security flaws.
How many people feel comfortable storing sensitive information there. Like root passwods, IPs, Mac Addresses, etc...
I thought Google Docs was safe but one day I found lots of image files in my Google Docs account. It appeared to be a graphics designer's images (lots of logos, icons, template screenshots) who might have been using Google Docs to store them and somehow it had overflowed into my space. That was when I decided never to keep any sensitive information in Google Docs or anywhere online.
I must say I am anti-Google (I hate it just a bit less than facebook crap), there's something evil about them. I use the search engine (which means giving away A LOT about me) but nothing more. Google docs? GMAIL? No way, never.
And when it comes to such data as passwords - hell no!