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Old August 16th, 2013, 09:30 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Clementine_3 View Post
at least Google is semi-upfront about it
The Google definition of 'upfront': denying they cross the 'creepy line' for years then accidentally letting it slip that the do, regularly, in a legal defence document .. in a case about invasion of privacy

It is strange that people are so up-in-arms about the government capturing metadata about their comms to (we're told) protect them but don't seem in the slightest bit bothered about a private company mining not just metadata but also content just to more effectively make money out of them ..

Next we need Google to reveal their definition of 'evil' - I suspect it may be slightly different to OED's ..
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