And what about your 'business' in CHINA, Peter?How does that square with your "Do no evil" mantra?Remember the Tiananmen Square massacre do you?
Wow, way to keep the tone of the conversation civil. (That was sarcasm.)
I must challenge Google's attempt to whitewash a poor record on Privacy. I testified on Google's disrespect for privacy last year before the US House Internet Subcommittee and presented a detailed case study on Google's poor record on privacy -- see URL http://www.precursorblog.com/content/why-google-biggest-threat-americans-privacy-the-detailed-case-my-house-testimonyMoreover, what characterizes Google on privacy and security issues is that Google simply opposes asking for permission -- see this URL for detailed evidence:http://www.precursorblog.com/content/google-security-part-googles-dna-do-not-askScott Cleland Precursor LLC
A rather ill-mannered response. Particularly the tasteless and rather graceless allegation that a respected MP such as David Davis would deliberately be dishonest and 'abuse' the truth.
Maybe I'm reading a different blog posting; this seems to me to be a calm response to David Davies' shrill and unfounded comments. He's a politician - OK he likes to appear to be a maverick, but he's a politician nonetheless. Being a politician means craving attention. I think this posting calmly refutes his shrillness. I notice that none of the other people who have so far commented have pointed to factual inaccuracies within the posting.Of course Google aren't perfect: neither are the Conservative Party, and neither is David Davies. Given a choice between trusting British politicians - of any political persuasion - and trusting Google, I'd take the latter like a shot, every time.
obama should look to google....google apps are like obamas new approach to medical insurance. the old school of doctors insurance companies are scared and dont want to lose their huge incomes derived from the status quo to newer ideas which might redirect money or even offer for less or free what doctors ans companies now get paid for. Google offered a new approach to apps. free good quality apps that do the job instead of using costlier similar apps from other companies.Thers a price to pay in all cases.google gets info on its users which might or can be used for or agianst the user. Maybe obama should look to google for direction propaganda and ways to convince pple of the new ideas he has. medical protection is like an app.
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