Is Google stealing your personal information?
Google claims that it still has a commitment to privacy, and the simplified policy will only improve the user’s Web experience. However, critics of the new policy insist that Google is unfair by making the terms mandatory in order to use Google’s long list of services.
Break_The_Walls_Down on Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 10:50 pm
LOL at TS making this look like some type of “End of The World” problem.
CaseyStellar on Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 10:45 pm
There’s a big difference between stealing & having it handed it over. I don’t care if i keep saying ads about car parts just because I’m searching for them. In fact, that’s designed to help you in your search. Be thankful. If a Google representative hacked my computer & fucks up my credit, then yeah I’ll be pissed. By the way, every website has to have a way to track their visitors. That’s a Federal mandated law. It’s called the FCC. I don’t care if Google knows I’m looking up pictures of p u s s i e s. I’m also sure they don’t give a ****. We’re not celebrities & politicians people. People don’t want to ruin our no names… You give your social security number to a bank when you open an account in faith it’s only being used for what you allow. If someone abuses that power then yeah, roast their ass.
toolshed_72826 on Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 7:44 pm
They can still track you via IP address
Google is the only corporation out there that isn’t completely evil, but it looks like they’re getting worse. I would be cautious, but I still trust Google more than any other corporation out there.
xXSamibooXx on Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 7:01 pm
well if you really don’t want them to just simply log out and you’ll be anonymous. see problem solved no need to ***** about being violated and plus you put the information on there in the first place