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Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu
Posted by jescott418 on 2012-07-11 09:29:03
In reply to Erika Morphy
While I am all for this FTC fine against Google. I think the FTC turns a blind eye to other privacy issues. This seems more about the FTC knowing that Google can afford it so let's put Google in its place. After all Facebook and its privacy snafu's are just as bad. Tracking is a way of life and if people don't like it I would advise staying off the internet. With marketing moving towards the internet this Google snafu is just one of many.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu  Erika Morphy  2012-07-11 09:24:18
Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu  Rerednaw  2012-07-11 09:43:06
Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu  ErikaMorphy  2012-07-11 12:33:31
Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu  jescott418  2012-07-11 09:29:03
Re: FTC Turns Deaf Ear to Google's 'Ignorance' Defense in Safari Snafu  ErikaMorphy  2012-07-11 12:36:46
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