Google and privacy
This is a discussion on Google and privacy within the Off-Topic Forum forums, part of the Off-Topic Area category; Hello, I just received some interesting information from a blog I am subscribed to and I wanted to share it with you all.
It's a ...
Hello, I just received some interesting information from a blog I am subscribed to and I wanted to share it with you all.
It's a pretty lengthy article with quite a few links but I think well worth the read.
There is a video as well regarding the 'google alarm' which is a firefox add on. Has anyone tried it?
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My thoughts are the original topic was polluted with Google and Mr. Schmidt bashing, including comments suggesting that both were "bastards".
Honestly, the topic Mr.Mullin addresses is nothing new. If you read that and think to yourself,...wow, I had no idea,....then you really need to bring yourself up to speed in the digital age.
I could go on and on, bottom line is, if you don't like Googles policys, don't use Google products, Google services, or Google applications.
It reminds me of people that go to Verizon, pick the phone and the service plan they want, take the phone home and begin using it, enjoying the benefits of the best 1X digital access and high speed 3G data network in America, (and therefore the world) and then complain and ***** about how much it cost, and what a rotten company Verizon is.
I see a member disagrees with me. That's fair enough my friend, please leave us a posting with your thoughts.