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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.;12380058 
Companies making money? NO WAY eek.gif

Lets see what google has done
Free mail, Free docs, Android, Best (imo) search engine, free video codec

Oh god they are totally ripping us off headscratch.gif


in exchange for our personal information, and our SSN! and keep track of our visit site + our p0rnz
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Seriously... Google could wreck them. I hope they do.
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Interesting... Google must have a bulls eye on their chest now..

just like every other company with billions to spare
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Originally Posted by _GTech;12348503 
Interesting... Google must have a bulls eye on their chest now..

Heavy is the head that wears the crown
post #25 of 30
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.;12380058 
Companies making money? NO WAY eek.gif

Lets see what google has done
Free mail, Free docs, Android, Best (imo) search engine, free video codec

Oh god they are totally ripping us off headscratch.gif

Google makes a killing from their online advertisings. And they keep track of what you do online.
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in exchange for our personal information, and our SSN! and keep track of our visit site + our p0rnz

When have they ever asked for your SSN?
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Why do all these billionaires want more money?

Clearly they haven't discovered Marijuana or Cocaine yet.
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Clearly they haven't discovered Marijuana or Cocaine yet.

^ This man speaks the truth :O
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When have they ever asked for your SSN?

DarkTemplar got hacked.

Seriously, though, Google is doing work, and, ultimately, pushing advancements in a lot of ways (instead of letting technology stagnate).

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So, when it's too late, and your homeboy has fleeced you every way possible, you will 'stand up' to them and actually 'do something' about it?

The people in Egypt would laugh at you.

It amazes me how Google fanboys (I really don't understand how you can be a supporter of this company) ignore their "Don't be evil." slogan. It must make you feel good on the inside knowing Google's entire goal is to make as much money as they can. Now that they've returned to China you'll see them selling out dissidents the moment their business is threatened.

Don't be evil = make as much money as you can.

Yes, I, too, am sorry that you are so ignorant.

When Google finally decides to move, we will all either be enslaved by them, or dead by their hand.

Egypt metaphor is mere fail.
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Okay for one this is a good thing. I hope Google notices you cannot piss off many people by dropping H.264 from chrome, and then say your doing it for open-source reasons. This is revenge from those that know what Google really is! An advertising company looking out for their own interest and not the interests of the open-source community!mad.gif

They got into this patten war, because the did drop H.264 because they said how they want to support open-source software when in fact H.264 is used by everything that has video recording support.eek.gif

I hope they like a taste of their own medicine. The reason why is because of WebM and trying to lock people into flash! The new html5 support doesn't have any advertisement popups allowed in html5 videos yet thus they want to stick with flash for the foreseeable future!devil.gif

I don't trust Google as far as I can throw them!cool.gif
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