Public Or Private: Keeping Google From Being ‘Evil’ : NPR

Google announced plans to adjust its privacy policy in order to allow the company to merge user data across email, social networking and other services. This has raised eyebrows in the tech community and even in Congress. So what exactly are the problems, and potential benefits, for this change in the policy of one of the world’s largest tech companies?

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