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    Article: Google intros privacy solution for home routers, forces users to o

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    So people who know nothing about Technology have to some how learn how to re-configure their router settings and opt out or have that go to Tech person near by do it for them.

    Amazing

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    ...amazing yes, and done without consent. We the people are generous. And naive.

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    For the most part i remain quiet about Google and their products because I have a choice (to use or not to use a product or service)
    but they are getting sneakier (my opinion). It's sad to see privacy eroding in ways we never thought about. Worse part is the general consensus is people approve of it as they buy into "Social".

    It's a slippery slope and I recommend every now and then people "stop and think" before deciding what is ok and what is not ok.

    rant over......

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