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The World’s Worst Privacy Policy

With the Internet up in arms about the most recent tweaks to Google’s fine print on privacy, it’s helpful to remember: It could be much, much worse. Another search engine called Skipity, created last June and registered to one Andrew Corley, offers a refreshingly honest example of the privacy policy most companies’ execs would like [...]
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