Google-bashers can also make a dramatic fashion statement by donning a T-shirt with a spider design that takes aim at Google Chrome. It reads "Step into our Web" and is accompanied by the warning: "If you use Gmail, Google Search, Gchat or Google+, you’re a fly trapped in Google’s web." .......
Critics argue that Microsoft shouldn't get too comfortable on its new high horse, after criticism of its own history with regard to privacy. That includes allegations this summer by whistleblower Edward Snowden that Microsoft allowed the National Security Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation access to personal information of clients. [thestar.com...]
I vote for Linux. Goooooooo Ubuntu! (ubuntu defined: Southern African philosophy of ubuntu -- literally, "human-ness" -- which often is translated as "humanity towards others" or "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity". Source Wikipedia.) We're all Africa.
This is a continuation of Microsoft's Scroogled campaign that has targeted Google's search engine, e-mail service and browser products. Regardless of whether Microsoft or other companies may be guilty of the same issues, they have raised some legitimate privacy issues concerning these Google products.