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11.04.2013

Google, hacks, privacy breaches, and ad codes: there’s a pattern emerging here

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Filed under: business, culture, internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 10.08

4 Responses to ‘Google, hacks, privacy breaches, and ad codes: there’s a pattern emerging here’

  1. […] Google, hacks, privacy breaches, and ad codes: there’s a pattern emerging here « Jack Ya… on Google advertising doesn’t understand that opting out means opting out […]

  2. […] before Google started pissing me off with its various funny acts (such as spying on users without their consent), it released a program called Google Earth. I installed it in July 2009 on my laptop, and decided […]

  3. […] with Google Plus’s—and that’s coming from someone who hates Google for all its regular privacy breaches, buggy bots and questionable ethics.    You’d never lose money betting on Facebook’s […]

  4. […] shut down your Adwords account, or blacklist your site by falsely claiming it is infected, hack your Iphone and bypass its ‘Do Not Track’ setting, expose your private information for years, and plain lie about tracking, but I’ve yet to […]

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