What Google Knows: Privacy and Internet Search Engines
In this article, Omer Tene explores Google’s evolution from “a benevolent giant seeking to do no evil” into “an informational gatekeeper harboring previously unimaginable riches of personal data.” Tene writes, “Google's access to and storage of vast amounts of personal data create a serious
privacy problem,” and goes on to explore whether those privacy fears are valid, what rules should govern access to Google's database and what are the legal protections currently in place.
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