posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 10:32 PM
This is why I don't like Google all that much. If nothing else they've gotten too big and now feel the need to pry into everyone's personal
business. I know they've been doing this for awhile but how much to do they really have to know about us? It's not that I mind them seeing,
there's nothing to see but why have a privacy button if you're not going to use it. It tells me that tIney're untrustworthy, a trait I dislike.
Google is bypassing the privacy settings of Internet Explorer, claims Microsoft.
Internet search giant Google is evading privacy settings of Internet Explorer users claims Microsoft the computer firm behind the browser.
Dean Hachamovitch, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for Internet Explorer, accused Google in a blog post yesterday and said that the search
giant has been contacted and asked to stop the practice.
Ted Thornhill and Rob Waugh[/url]