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Search History: Google and Germany, Part 2

July 14, 2011 No Comments

If you look up Kansas City in Google Maps, chances are you’ll be offered a link to hellokansascity.com, where you can learn all about the city’s myriad barbeque options. Google doesn’t fake that it is impervious to what you’re doing on the Net. It monitors the information it’s given, analyzes it, stores it. Indeed, Google thrives on that information. And this has caused something of an allergic reaction in Germany.

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