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They’re On To Us

Even though Google spilled the beans about their privacy policy, can we really trust the multibillion dollar corporation to have no skeletons in their closet? Don’t you find it a bit strange that just as they made their announcement, campus surveillance was bumped up a several notches? Also, could this coincidence explain the eerily timely announcement that Gmail is taking over Cubmail?  Some see googlying as a transient fad, like coning or wearing ironic wolf t-shirts, but the astute observer may have reason to fear something more. Could corporate masterminds be behind this strange phenomenon? If so, they’ve already hit College Walk and the SGO.

 

 

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6 Comments

  • Meddling Kids says:

    @Meddling Kids Sounds like a mystery!

  • Wait says:

    @Wait What’s an ironic wolf t-shirt?

    1. Three. Wolf. Moon. says:

      @Three. Wolf. Moon. You’ll know it when you see it.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Bwog, you are a genius

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