HotelChatter writes about hotels Googling guests and checking out their social media profiles before their stay and how this might be OK as the hotel is just trying to get an idea of who those guests are so they can service them better (read: personalization). MeetingNet picks up the story and thinks how cool it is that hotels take the time and effort to find out what breed of dog you own, when your birthday is, or whatever data points they want to find to make your stay more about you. Nicer and/or smarter hotels have long kept a database of your preferences if you're a repeat customer, so is this really any different? Get the full story at HotelChatter and MeetingsNet