Yesterday, something bad happened with the Google Accounts system. It isn't clear exactly what went wrong but tons of people had unexpected sign out issues and then were unable to sign back into Google. In addition, these Google Account issues were to blame for Google Wifi and onHub devices bricking and having to be completely reset. … [Read more...] about Google Account Bug Breaks Sign Ins, Google Wifi & Other Services
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They’ve created a platform that’s more suitable for companies who can afford to brand, yet Google often markets itself as a sort of online classified-style ad service. There’s the disconnect. Businesses believe they’re able to pay for leads in a cost-efficient manner. In reality, it’s become a very expensive way to generate leads. So, while it’s not Google’s fault that the platform has become what it is, it’s also not fair to say that this is a platform that’s suitable for inexperienced small businesses and entrepreneurs – because it’s not. … [Read more...] about Does Google Discriminate Against Some Businesses?
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According to our sources, your representative or representatives made particular reference to one member of our 70-member international Advisory Board. This man is a current employee of Microsoft. I can confirm that he joined our Advisory Board well before he was headhunted by Microsoft. At the time he was the director of a leading UK non-governmental organization and had more than six years extensive involvement in the work of Privacy International. He is a decent, skilled and honorable man who upon his appointment with Microsoft offered us his resignation. We refused to accept it, and he continues to serve on the Board in a private capacity. As an exceptionally skilled IT and security expert he is a superb resource in our day-to-day work across many fields of privacy. To infer that he in any way influences our decisions with regard to Microsoft is not just inaccurate but it is also insulting. … [Read more...] about Google Bad On Privacy? Maybe It’s Privacy International’s Report That Sucks
Virgin Searcher: You come to Google WITHOUT a Google Account, which you get only if you sign-up with an email address for various Google services such as Gmail or Google Analytics. In other words, you just came to search. Google is NOT going to start keeping track of your web history or your searches, beyond the general and pretty anonymous logging any search engine does (see Google Anonymizing Search Records To Protect Privacy for much more about this). You might see messages and prompts encouraging you to try Web History or the Google Toolbar, however (Google’s long had promotions like this). If you select one of these options, you’ll get a version of the Google Toolbar with tracking enabled. Google Account Holder: Have a Google Account and log into your main page for some reason? Soon, you should start seeing a prompt to try Web History. Google Toolbar User Without PageRank: Come to Google with the Google Toolbar installed, but without the PageRank meter on, and Google … [Read more...] about Google Search History Expands, Becomes Web History