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Google Privacy: No Big Deal?

Hardly. Look how much time and effort is being spent on the Google Privacy report. Considering that any post about “Google” gets attention, considering that Danny Sullivan appears way earnest in his attempts to neutralize the Privacy International report card, and considering the scholarly debate ensuing in the comments, one has to wonder if this privacy thing is approaching a tipping point.

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One Response to “Google Privacy: No Big Deal?”

  1. Stuart Says:

    Tipping point? I certainly hope so but where it will tip to is another thing. I doubt that the lawmakers in any country have a clear understanding of what Google and others are capable of doing when it comes to collecting data on the Web users..

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