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June 07, 2017



Of course, common sense dictates that it's always better to have you personal data available in more locations that may or (more likely) may not be more secure than the one place you had it before... More targets overwhelms the bad guys, right? Duh, indeed.


That is a noble but ill-conceived experiment. I am not sure Microsoft is any better with personal data than Google and using Waze instead of Google Maps makes no difference after Google acquired Waze. He would have been more successful simply avoiding Google search.

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