Firefox founder suggests Bing over Google for better privacy

Posted by gus3 on Dec 11, 2009 3:56 PM EDT
The Register; By Cade Metz
Mail this story
Print this story

In a post to his personal blog Thursday morning, ten-year Mozilla vet Asa Dotzler quoted Schmidt in full before indicating that he's not too happy with the Googler's haughty take on data retention. "That was Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, telling you exactly what he thinks about your privacy," Dotzler says, after quoting the Google boss. "There is no ambiguity, no 'out of context' here." Then he pointed Firefox users to an add-on that inserts Bing into the browser's built-in list of search engines. "Here's how you can easily switch Firefox's search from Google to Bing. (Yes, Bing does have a better privacy policy than Google)," Dotzler said. The links are his.

Full Story

  Nav
» Read more about: Story Type: News Story; Groups: Microsoft, Mozilla

« Return to the newswire homepage

Subject Topic Starter Replies Views Last Post
Trust Microsoft? I don't think so caitlyn 5 990 Dec 12, 2009 5:24 PM

You cannot post until you login.