The way I see it, you get what you (don't) pay for.
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> Subject: [newtech-1] Google and Privacy
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Sun, 17 Mar[masked]:27:50 -0400
> Last week Google admitted that they were violating peoples privacy during its street view mapping project. Scooping up peoples passwords, information etc. Google was fined 7 million dollars but is worth 220 billion dollars. Will this stop you from using Google products knowing that they can and have violated peoples privacy? Or you care but wont do anything because Google is so great? Or will you do something about it and try your best to stop them? Or will you do nothing cause you don't care?
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