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Search History: Google and Germany, Part 1

July 14, 2011 No Comments

The innovations that Google rolls out at a dizzying clip — Street View, Google Analytics, Gmail, Google Maps, and so on — have for years run into layer upon layer of resistance and skepticism in Germany. There are reasons for that. German history — tainted by pervasive snooping, spying and smearing — has shaped the country’s unique, contentious relationship with Google.

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