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Google accused of bypassing Safari privacy settings to track users

By Jos
Feb 17, 2012
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  1. Google has been actively circumventing the privacy settings of desktop and iOS Safari users, according to an investigation by the Wall Street Journal. The paper claims that even though Safari’s…

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  2. No one uses Safari.... :p
     
  3. Maybe Google should change their motto to: Do Know Evil
     
  4. The Wall Street Journal investigated this? Maybe they just do not know what is happening and are falsely accusing Google. I hope they get their facts straight or they maybe in for some lawsuits for defamation.

    I do like the "Do Know Evil", that was good.
     
  5. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 4,265   +41

    The wall street journal huh. I'm going to believe this when someone else reports it.
     
  6. I think google should destroy Safari altogehther. Like an insidious monkey stealing precious gems from a far eastern palace; beautiful in it's intricacy.
     
  7. mario

    mario Ex-TS Developer Posts: 399   +17

    "No one uses Safari", except for the 100+ million iOS users. ;)
     
  8. Safari's "security" is like a door in an open field.
     
  9. Exactly, no one uses Safari
     
  10. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 10,735   +894

    Surely you've heard of the lemmings, haven't you?

    I though that Chrome would do enough data mining for Google, they're never satisfied.
     


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