Google Violates It’s Don’t Be Evil Motto

November 26, 2008 As Internet search engine Google has exploded in popularity — adding new applications all the time — it also has sparked concerns about privacy, security and censorship online. The company’s motto is "Don’t Be Evil," but is Google living up to it?

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  1. Google Violates It’s Don’t Be Evil Motto

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