The Aftermath Of Google's Latest Privacy Blunder

Law360, New York (April 4, 2012, 1:53 PM EDT) -- Google Inc.’s strong interest (some might say desperation) in conquering the social media territory already so thoroughly dominated by Facebook may have caused it to go a little too far. Or a lot too far, assuming you think liability numbering potentially into the hundreds of billions range is substantial. For anyone just coming out of winter hibernation, the latest Google controversy relates to its alleged, intentional circumvention of privacy settings that come with Apple’s Safari Web browser, an issue first brought to light by a Stanford...
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