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Windows 7: Google privacy issues.

25 Mar 2012   #1

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Google privacy issues.

Who all are dumping all google services because of their new privacy issues?

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25 Mar 2012   #2

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Not me. It could not interest me less, even if Google got my browser history once a day.

I have nothing to hide. I do not search anything illegal, nor do I visit websites I couldn't tell my mother and my priest. Google is in no way attacking me, they are not using the gathered information against me. On the contrary, allowing Google and Microsoft and what not to find out about my browsing habits I feel I am participating, helping to create an Internet that better serves me and others, to find out what kind of information I need, search and browse.

You cannot seriously think Google has a slightest interested in you, personally in you? Please believe me, they do not have a department there just for spying you and what you do online. You can visit all the XXX sites you want to, Google is not going to call your parents. For them, you (like me and others) are a nameless zero, non-person.

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