Sometimes, one really wonders what's behind Google's doodling.
Recently, if your kids were entering the company's popular Doodle-4-Google competition, Google insisted on knowing a little about you.
On its parental consent form, it wanted to know your date of birth. It wanted to know where you were born. It wanted to know your parents' full details. Oh, and it wanted the last four digits of your Social Security number.
Yes, despite the fact that you might only be seven.