RSA: Google Lashes out at Microsoft Over PrivacyFeb 28, 2013, 04:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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In the world of online privacy, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla are all front and center. The chief privacy officers from all four vendors took the stage at the RSA Security conference today to debate what online privacy is all about.
The most heated moment during the panel discussion came when Keith Enright, Senior Privacy Counsel at Google, challenged Microsoft on privacy claims. Microsoft has been running a marketing campaign called 'Scroogled' alleging that Google Gmail is privacy risk.
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