Recently Google has been suspected of accessing Safari illegally by slipping past privacy settings.  An article entitle Google may face fine over Safari privacy bypass on CNET news stated “Google used special code to get around Safari’s privacy controls in order to track users on computers and mobile devices.”  Google responded, in short, that they did not do anything sneaky, but they used common ideas and functions to get in.  Google for some time now has been dominating the search engines on the web.  They have had to pay publishers for their copyrights because they put books up on the web for free.  Google also has the capability of keeping a history of you, the searcher.  Results are geared to what is searched most by the person.  They have a record of the searcher, basically keeping tabs on the viewer and controlling what you see, as it seems the government…

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