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This week, three of the biggest newspapers in the U.S. either exposed Google as a two-faced liar of a corporation, or published significant falsehoods that could seriously undermine the company and its investors. Or maybe it's somewhere in between. Honestly, nobody seems to be sure what the real story is right now, and the denials are flying fast and thick. This much we know: On Thursday, The New York Times , The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post all ran stories asserting that Google was negotiating an anti-Net neutrality deal.
I just do not trust Google. They are all about getting personal information and countless times news stories have confirmed that.
Data mining is one of the things Google does. Its one reason I do not use Chrome browser, Google search sparely and never use any services like GMail. These issues keep surfacing about Google so their must be some truth to them.
It is reported that Apple is well on the way to plugging the hole that allows this. And in very quick order, for once. Who wudda thunk they'd jump so quickly? Now if they would only take that much interest in the flawed antenna. I guess bruised egos move slow.
I was believing Google being an young and new generation company would do things differently but not anymore. They are no less moron than companies like Microsoft. Not only this issue about net neutrality, I can list at least 20 on top of my head, how moron they are. I must say that Google is company of "hackers too!". May be they hack many systems personal and business websites and browsers than any one else. It's hype has already dampened and in coming years it will another Microsoft and people will develop some open source solutions as alternative.