A few of us on Facebook have been having an interesting discussion about Google’s policies. The basics are this: anything you post to any Google property is theirs – not yours. They get to do with it what they want.
During the discussion, I joked:
“If you say our name out loud, you owe us money. If you say our name out loud and someone hears it, they owe us money. If you used our search engine to find your newborn baby’s name, your offspring owes us money. If anyone fails to comply, we will blow up your phone, your tablet, and give you turn-by-turn directions straight into a burning nuclear plant.”
But, how far off from the truth is that? Really?
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