[LINK] why Google is (potentially) more evil than Microsoft
rchirgwin at ozemail.com.au
Tue Aug 19 14:46:05 EST 2008
And then one of the comments on the Guardian article pointed to an
article that completely out-does the Guardian post, from Fakesteve:
I won't be a spoiler; go to the site and have a read and a giggle...
David Goldstein wrote:
> Recently there was a comment on Link about Microsoft being worse than Google, but as this article from The Observer points out, Google collects far more information on us than Microsoft ever has and is, or has the potential at least, to be much more evil than Microsoft.
> Google, 10 years in: big, friendly giant or a greedy Goliath?
> Every day, all over the world, millions of us use Google. Founded 10 years ago by two students, it is now so powerful that it threatens to swallow up all other media while global leaders queue for its blessing. But just as we seek knowledge from Google, so Google gleans secrets from us. Has the cool baby grown up into a sinister corporate threat to privacy? David Smith reports
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