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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Google Doesn't Like Being Googled

Google2Apparently, what's good for the googled isn't good for Google.   According to the New York Times:

CNETNews.com, a technology news Web site, said last week that Google had told it that the company would not answer any questions from CNET's reporters until July 2006. The move came after CNET published an article last month that discussed how the Google search engine can uncover personal information and that raised questions about what information Google collects about its users.

The article, by Elinor Mills, a CNET staff writer, gave several examples of information about Google's chief executive, Eric E. Schmidt, that could be gleaned from the search engine. . . .

Here's a link to the original CNET story that offended Google.

Posted by Daniel Solove on August 10, 2005 at 02:41 AM in Daniel Solove, Information and Technology | Permalink

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