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+ - Google: Microsoft's 'Scroogled' Attack On Gmail Privacy Is Dishonest->

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judgecorp writes "Google has responded forcefully to a Microsoft-backed campaign which says Gmail users are being "Scroogled — ie, having their privacy infringed by Google. The Scroogled campaign is dishonest and misuided, Google privacy counsel Keith Enright said at the RSA security show. He also denied reports that Google is being unco-operative with European privacy regulators, saying that on the contrary, the French body CNIL was dragging its heels in answering Google queries."
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Google: Microsoft's 'Scroogled' Attack On Gmail Privacy Is Dishonest

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