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darthcamaro writes: No surprise that there is no love lost between Google and Microsoft, but at the RSA security conference in San Francisco today, Google's Chief Privacy Officer lashed out at Microsoft over the campaign that alleges Gmail violates user privacy.
"The idea that doing that (contextual advertising) is in any way detrimental to privacy, or is antithetical to the interests of our users, I think is misleading and intellectually dishonest," Enright said.

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Google Privacy Chief Calls Microsoft 'Dishonest'

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