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Google: A Sheep In Wolf's Clothing to the Right

Robert1495 Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 4:43 AM
Oh, pul-leaze. This is just another ploy by Microsoft to get further into the lives and pocketbooks of computer users, to push their own search engine "Bing." It isn't bad enough that they monopolize the computer operating systems market with Windows, that wonderfully kludgy OS, and further keep a stranglehold on computer operations and Internet commerce with Internet Explorer.
rcarpenter706 Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 1:59 PM
FYI, Firefox browser is way better than IE.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 5:12 AM
Bing is okay. Google promises more than it delivers; and I have yet to understand why Google keeps repeating a search result on subsequent pages. Use whatever one delivers the results you want whether Google or Bing or specialized sites like Teoma.

Are you comfortable with one of the world’s most powerful corporations recording and analyzing every email you send and receive, every document you open, the videos that you watch online, and your full search history?

That’s right, when it comes to privacy, Google has roughly the same policy as a bad Sting song from the 80s: every breath you take, every move you make--they’ll be watching you.

Very few Americans can say they’ve never used one of Google’s services--such as YouTube, Google Docs, and Gmail--to the extent that the term “Google” was officially declared a verb in 2006 by Merriam-Webster, defining...