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Blow against Google's new snooping policy


Free Spirit
Staff member
Mozilla, the maker of Firefox, has unveiled a new add-on for the popular web browser that gives web users an instant view of which companies are 'watching' them as they browse. Read More Here
Collusion will at least let you see who is watching you. It doesn't look like it will stop it but a step in the right direction. Many countries are questioning if it is illegal and are concerned with privacy issues. Consumer groups have sent a letter to Mr. Page trying to get him to rethink their new policy but it looks like that was ignored. What are your thoughts on this?


Ms. Malone
Why are people so outraged? Facebook have been doing this for years, using what you 'like' to regulate ads.