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Google is getting into P2P

Discussion in 'Google' started by advancedfuture, Feb 9, 2006.

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    advancedfuture, Feb 9, 2006 IP
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  2. wasabi

    wasabi Guest

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    yeah yahoo and msn already gave their users' datas to the US government. what if google does the same???
     
    wasabi, Feb 9, 2006 IP
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    If Google tries to control P2P, and the ability for people to get things for free, it isn't going to work, because I won't buy whatever alternative they have, unless it is better than whats already available.
     
    tesla, Feb 9, 2006 IP
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    I think it's absurd, but let's be realistic. Y & MSN gave anonymous data to the US government. Google is talking about indexing my word and excel files. From a privacy standpoint, I'd rather give the government anonymous usage data than turn over all my files to Google.
     
    JonahViaKeyboard, Feb 10, 2006 IP
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    I wouldnt get too worked up about this. Google isnt about to ruin their business by making all its users afraid to use their service.
     
    narsticle, Feb 14, 2006 IP