Critics Strike At Google's New 'All-It-Can-Eat' Privacy Policy

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by lotuseclat79, Oct 5, 2010.

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  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Critics Strike At Google's New 'All-It-Can-Eat' Privacy Policy.

    -- Tom
     
  2. caspian

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    LOL!...I love the title of the article.
     
  3. Pfipps

    Pfipps Registered Member

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    Bottom line is that we need a privacy opt-in, where Google offers people the opportunity to buy their personal services for an cash subscription, in return for no ads and more privacy.

    On the other hand, these privacy issues simply leave an opening for competitors to take advantage of in gaining market share.

    I give plugs for yauba search and ixquick search all the time...and I get NO money for it! For all I know, they could lying, but still.
     
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  4. dw426

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    So, in other words, you want Google to be out of business. You also wish to give Google even MORE data by paying for their services. You might want to re-think your idea. The real bottom-line is, without ads and selling your data, the vast majority of free services would die out like dinosaurs. I'm not playing devils advocate here, I'm telling you the truth
     
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