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Tag Archives: Google
I’m a big user of Firefox. It’s my preferred browser for many reasons, but none more than Internet Explorer just right royally annoys me. I’ve been using a lot more Read the rest of the entry…
I am utterly sick to death of hearing about “Google breeching privacy” or “spying on private data”. If anyone is stupid enough to leave their wireless network unsecured, then they deserve everything coming to them! There is nothing stopping anyone from driving around in a car, collecting wireless data exchanged through the medium we all share (air). People have been doing it for years! Who hasn’t done it? I have! Why is Google any different? Why has this event turned into a ridiculous worldwide scandal? Read the rest of the entry…