[CSS_ACM_General_List] I am moving away from google & You should too

Damien Radtke damienradtke at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 10:57:41 CDT 2012

This isn't new news at all. A couple years back a rumor came out (I say
rumor because I have no way of verifying it) that Chrome would send your
browsing history to Google. But since Google has such a monopoly on the
search engine market, the only way these concerns are going to change
anything is if the courts issue an injunction.

This is a funny thing in the software industry: as long as you make a good
product, you can do all kinds of shit behind the scenes, and none of your
customers will really care.

On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 1:15 AM, Sean Neilan <sean at seanneilan.com> wrote:

> After reading this:
> http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/29/technology/google-engineer-told-others-of-data-collection-fcc-report-reveals.html?_r=2
> Apparently any google engineer (that means all of them) can collect
> massive amounts of data anytime they want for personal projects.
> It's gonna take a lot of work to move away from google, but, I'm gonna do
> it. I recommend you do the same.
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