Blake Ross on Google’s trustworthiness

I made similar points a few months ago, back then about Google’s authentication apparatus. Now Blake is suggesting that a similar fiasco is unfolding with Google’s new “Tips” feature, calling it “a new kind of bundling”. What do you think? Monopoly practices or playing fair?

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Author: Chris Messina

Product guy, friend to startups, inventor of the hashtag, proponent of bots and conversational apps; Xoogler and X Uber.

2 thoughts on “Blake Ross on Google’s trustworthiness”

  1. Um. When they start co-opting explicit searches, it definitely crosses the line in my book. Here is “30boxes calendar”

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