Latest Criticism of Google Stories
Google was fined over $180,000 by a Germany privacy regulator due to how the company collected data while it created the Street View mapping service nearly three years ago.
Last week a coalition composed of companies like Microsoft, Nokia and Oracle filed a complaint with European regulators about what they believe are Google’s anti-competitive behaviors.
Requests by law enforcement agencies for Google’s user data have skyrocketed more than 70% since 2009, the Internet search giant revealed on Wednesday in its latest Transparency Report.
It isn’t difficult to understand how Google has begun to make such a name for itself in the business and enterprise market.
Google is in the process of testing Gmail integration with search results.
The company’s unofficial motto might be “don’t be evil” but what are small business owners who use Google Apps to think about the search engine giant’s latest move, that quietly killed the free version of Google Apps for Business.
Requests by governments around the world to remove content from Google’s search results and other services grew 71 percent in the first half of 2012, while requests for user data grew 15 percent from the previous six months.
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