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I see AI's Mr Angry is in full flow today.   How does anything you wrote prove that Google sold an email address?  If, as you state, its so simple, surely even you can see that no email address was sold in your scenario.  If you can't see that, may I suggest you walk away from the internet.   I'm not even going to bother to try and explain how Google ads work because you know full well how they work and that what you're writing is BS.  Its been explained many times to you...
We're not getting bogged down with this question again are we?  Google sell services based on personal data, they do not sell personal data.  It was asked several times in a recent thread for someone to provide hard evidence that Google sells personal information, and yet no-one has been able to do that.  I wonder why?
Is it your mission to be as rude as possible to as many as possible on these forums?  If you'd bothered to read the thread (I know its a bit long, all 3/4 of a page), you would have known that initially the images were too small to read and didn't expand.   Your condescending tone in nearly all of your posts speaks volumes
  So I take it you thought the iPhone 3G was crap, since it used a polycarbonate housing?  Or is it only crap when someone other than Apple uses it?
How can it allow identification of individuals if the advertiser is never giving any details about who views their ad?  They can only cross-correlate data if they are actually given personal data in the first place, which they aren't.  You can keep banging on about this as much as you like, but Google do not divulge any personally identifiable information to advertisers.  Period.   As GG has already stated, you're either confused or dishonest and you're moving further and...
Not sure about elsewhere, but here in the UK its on offence to call 911/999 without good cause.  Better make sure you cancel that call damn quick as I'm pretty sure trying out an iOS exploit is not good cause:-)
Whilst I agree this is good PR for Apple, I think you might be over-estimating the audience of a billion, i.e. almost 1 in 7 people on the planet.  Most people outside of the U.S. wouldn't have seen this - I don't think it was even shown in the UK, maybe on one of the news channels. Hell, most of the people I know wouldn't even know that such a thing as the State of the Union address even existed, let alone seen it.
Oh yeah, sorry, we play by the AI rules here don't we.  Anything you or TS say requires no data to back it up, the rest of us have to provide evidence in triplicate signed in blood.  Silly me.   I'd like to see the evidence that says carriers install key loggers, average users don't love Android (which is a bit weird - who loves an OS?) and that iOS users don't migrate to Android in significant numbers (which is actually exactly what I am seeing with users I know).  I...
 Citations needed on all of those points please.   Seriously, all these companies are bothered about is the bottom line, nothing else.  There doesn't have to be anything evil or sneaky about it, its called business.  Do you think a car dealership, or a jewellers, or a travel agent is any different?  As with any non-trivial purchase, depending on the advice of the seller to make your decision is a fool's game.
Which was proved to be wrong.   So yes, false declaration your foot.
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