Don't Be Fooled By 'Don't Be Evil'
|WSJ's explanation of how Google got around Safari privacy setting;|
for most geeks, this is not something new.
If it is free, you are the product. Although Google search may seem free, every one of us are paying for the search by accepting the sponsored results to show up on the top. In some sense, Google has been increasing the service fee by asking all of us to provide them more data.
WSJ may have had other motive in breaking this story, but Google has increased their service fee too much for some of us.
With solid 12+ years software engineering background in all aspects of high tech startup, I survey, categorize, read, follow links, read more, ponder, look at bigger picture, strategize, and articulate trends on social network and high tech startups. I am Director of Social Media Product at Actiance (formerly known as FaceTime). I also run the Future of Social Network blog.
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