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Monday, April 23, 2007


Anil Pathak

I work on restaurant where every month or two an old man comes, Food Inspector, to check the hygine and condition of resturant. For customers they can rely on food inspector to believe on food we serve. But no one knows what we do :-).

Google has his system private their codes never seen by anybody else. (Not even Information inspector :-) ) how can we trust them that they wont be collecting marketing and other valuable information from our emails and their toolbar installed in our firefox and ie.

Further more i see future of google going downward as the results they publish are completely driven by advertishment. They are now a ad-big-fish instead of search engine emperor. Further i suspect there are other ad agencies excluding doubleclick who are tied with google, Google leads every user either to Wikipedia or site with hell lots of nonsence ads and nothing else.

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