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Google Shares Your Data, But Is It All Bad News?

You might have heard about Google’s intention to give worldwide authorities wider access to the personal details of account holders. This is supposedly an effort to counter terrorism. Giving secret services better access to everyone’s private data means an increased chance of catching terrorists and stopping atrocities. Or at least that’s how it appears. Because Google is actually helping us by ensuring our data is more secure by overthrowing a decades-old bill.
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