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Internet privacy and the need for an online “Do Not Track Me” list.

14. December 2010

Consumer Watchdog’s Carmen Balber discusses Internet privacy and the need for an online “Do Not Track Me” list.

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Watch our new Times Square video: Don’t Be Evil?

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30. August 2010

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Watch our new Times Square video: <i>Don’t Be Evil?</i>

Do you want Google or any other online company looking over your shoulder and tracking your every move online just so it can increase its profits? Consumers have a right to privacy. They should control how their information is gathered and what it is used for.

Watch our video, and sign our petition telling Congress to make a “Do Not Track Me” list.

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Stephen Colbert: 1. Google: 0.

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26. August 2010

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John Simpson discusses Google’s Wi-Spying and intelligence links on Democracy Now!

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30. July 2010

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Why Won’t Congress Look Into Google’s Wi-Spy Scandal?

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21. July 2010

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Consumer Watchdog’s John Simpson discusses the Google Street View scandal with Channel 11 news team.

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20. July 2010

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Google Wi-Spy practices could have collected data about national security

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11. July 2010

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How Google Is Becoming An Anti-Competitive Monopoly

21. June 2010

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John Simpson Questions Google General Counsel Kent Walker at the 2010 Computers Freedom and Privacy conference

17. June 2010

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Consumer Watchdog’s Jamie Court and John M. Simpson introduce Inside Google

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19. May 2010

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Consumer Watchdog Calls on Justice Department to Launch Antitrust Action Against Google, Including Possible Breakup

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21. April 2010

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumer Watchdog today called on the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a broad antitrust action against Google seeking remedial action that could include breaking the Internet giant into separate companies.

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Australian news video calls Google “a company on steroids”

19. April 2010

A video produced by Hungry Beast, a weekly news show on Australian television puts Internet giant …

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“Google HomeView” arrives in Germany

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18. April 2010

Many Germans have objected strenuously to Google’s Street View service saying that it is an improper invasion of their privacy.

Now there’s a delightful …

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