Google seems determined to push the boundaries of what people expect from the company, for better or worse. Just days after launching a new personalized search that drew criticism from both competitors and users, the company has announced it’s revising its privacy policies, touching off a further wave of discontent about the implications for users. Is Google’s new omnibus policy an additional sign that it has broken its promise and is becoming more evil by the day? Or is the fuss over the new version, which will allow the search giant to share data among its various services, just a tempest in a privacy teapot?
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