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Google Violates its Don't Be Evil Motto

Google Violates its Don't Be Evil Motto

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Soon after Google was founded, it adopted a corporate motto: don’t be evil. Since then, it has been the dominant curator of digital information, cornered the market on private email, and made personal information publicly available in unprecedented fashion. While it provides critical social and economic services for free, it has amassed enormous power over information exchange around the world. Has Google violated its “don’t be evil” motto? 

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