Microsoft campaign takes aim at Google's privacy policies

02/7/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Microsoft is launching a Web, print and TV broadside against Google, accusing the company of invading its users' privacy in order to target advertising more effectively. The "Scroogled" campaign focuses particularly on Google's practice of targeting ads based on the content of users' e-mails. "Think Google respects your privacy? Think again," one ad warns.

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