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Friday, September 28, 2012

Microsoft Criticized Google for Breaching Privacy

Microsoft was noticed marketing its Bing search engine by claiming that Google breaches the privacy of its users.

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Microsoft is reported to be sending out warnings to people who use Safari, urging the Internet users to use Bing since Google is careless about their privacy. Microsoft has launched a Bing landing webpage for Safari users. They have a reason to do so – recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) had fined Google $22,500,000 for a breach in its Safari browser. The matter is that Goggle was found to track users without their permission.

The page of a software giant is going out of its way in order to make sure that nobody forgets. This webpage tells about what happened with Google who promised not to track Safari users: the company used the data to target advertisements for profit. So, Microsoft claimed that the best option for Safari users to avoid this risk is to try its Bing browser.

However, something is wrong with the company’s cunning plan. First of all, Safari users will never really see Microsoft’s ad. Secondly, these Internet users are part of Apple’s Walled Garden of Delights, which usually tells them what to purchase and where to go, and Bing is not in their plans. So, the only result of the whole campaign is that Safari users became certain that Microsoft was even more evil than anything else out there.

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