India: Google and Me

Dina Mehta is concerned by Google's apparent disregard for user privacy, given their common login protocols across their services. “In countries like India however, where for the large part, computers are shared at work and home – this could become a problem. Not everyone has the know-how or the presence of mind to set up different logins and user accounts at boot up.
Look at Google's acquisition over the years – they are buying up the best really. And our lives are enriched and simpler as a result. I love using many of these and it makes my life better. But yesterday's experience with setting up my friend's blog got me thinking in the longer term – and I kept pondering over – what cost? “

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