Google’s woopsiedoopsie: Chrome EULA changed

According to Osnews, Google has reacted and change its browser’s EULA to a slightly less offensive manner. In the first version, every user had to allow Google to use all data posted, submitted and displayed. Whereas this seems common in the Windows world, many Linux-, Opensource and data protection experts had considered that to be a huge infringement of privacy and not compatible with many states’ laws.

Osnews has also published a nice, but controverse discussion of google’s chrome comic strip.


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