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Privacy Advocates Wary of Google Tactics

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After it revolutionized the search engine, Google branched into e-mail, online shopping, videos and maps. But privacy advocates argue that convenience comes at a cost, and that users have reason to worry about their personal information.

Declan McCullagh, correspondent, CNET News

Frank Pasquale, associate professor of law, Seton Hall Law School

Nicole Wong, deputy general counsel, Google



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