Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 16th Mar 2012 19:53 UTC
Legal "Regulators in the US and European Union are investigating Google for bypassing the privacy settings of millions of users of Apple's Safari Web browser, according to people familiar with the investigations. Google stopped the practice last month after being contacted by The Wall Street Journal. The investigations - which span U.S. federal and state agencies, as well as a pan - European effort led by France - could embroil Google in years of legal battles and result in hefty fines for privacy violations."
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RE[2]: bah
by zhulien on Sun 18th Mar 2012 02:58 UTC in reply to "RE: bah"
zhulien
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2006-12-06

if apple didn't want it to be bypassed, they wouldn't have coded it to be right? ( after all apple is the bees knees ;) to a lot of people, i mean their products now matter how crappy they are, get sold in the millions to people who trust apple to do the privacy part right )

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