Google executive pushes privacy concerns


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No one needs a tool which works only for one particular company while there are bazillions of other privacy violators in the web, for which it doesn't help. And who believes that putting your privacy control in the hands of one of the biggest privacy violators is a good idea? It seems, Mr Fleischer, that people are not as stupid as you thought...

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Google is the KING of privacy invasion.

Google this.... Google finally admits that its Street View cars DID take emails and passwords from computer

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Yes, I am aware of the irony of Googling for info that is anti-Google. Spend your time more wisely you desk jockey net hero.

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“A lot of countries are coming together and talking about it more because everyone recognizes that it requires more of a global approach, more of a global framework.”

Google's big... Google's the Goliath... people can be forgiven to think that when it comes to privacy concerns Google is the nemesis-- and in some cases aptly so.

“There’s certainly much more privacy debate in the U.S. now than ever in my two decades of being involved in privacy law.”

AND WITH THE YANKS addicted to blog, you'd expect that.

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