To mark Thursday's International Privacy Day 2010, search giant Google had unveiled their new Privacy Principles to "help guide decisions we make at every level of our company, so we can help protect and empower our users while we fulfill our ongoing mission to organize the world's information." (See the Google YouTube video.)
UK-based privacy advocacy group Privacy International have just issued a funny spoof "Google privacy principles Draft – not to be shown to anyone, especially Microsoft".
This is not surprising in view of their historically rocky relationship with Google, but rather amusing all the same.
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