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Googlers voice stinging critique of company's actions on privacy in previously unreported internal interviews made public by US judge

By Mike Swift
  • 26 Oct 2022 01:26
  • 26 Oct 2022 01:26
Many Google employees and executives believe the company is failing its users on privacy as it persists with practices that are opaque, overly invasive, and that push the limits of personal data use to target ads, according to a series of soul-searching internal interview excerpts that have emerged into public view through

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Mike Swift

Chief Global Digital Risk Correspondent


Mike Swift is an award-winning journalist who has been at the forefront of covering data, privacy and cybersecurity regulatory news for more than a decade. As the Chief Global Digital Risk Correspondent for MLex, in addition to reporting, he coordinates MLex’s worldwide coverage in the practice area. Formerly chief Internet reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and SiliconValley.com, Mike has covered Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Twitter and other tech companies and has closely tracked technology and regulatory trends in Silicon Valley. He has wide ranging expertise from the business of professional sports to computer-assisted reporting. A former John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University, he is a graduate of Colby College.

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