“Bilderberg Group regular, Google chairman Eric Schmidt just took time out to tell the BBC Apple’s claims about Google privacy are ‘largely false,'” Jonny Evans reports for Computerworld. “Here’s what he said: ‘Their claims are largely false in their description of us.'”
“What does that mean? Is Schmidt accusing Apple CEO Tim Cook of telling falsehoods/lies (ie. ‘largely false’), or is he conceding that some of Cook’s claims are true, while obfuscating the matter?” Evans asks. “Schmidt’s most chilling argument is: ‘We know far less about you than you think we do.'”
What does that really mean?” Evans asks. “I think it’s meaningless in contrast to the commitment to user privacy Apple provides.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Eric T. Mole is one slimy weasel. Yes, he’s like an oily “wole” or, better yet, a “measel.” Yuck.
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