Google mixes user's social info with search

01/11/2012 | Washington Post, The · Google · Adweek

Google in incorporating a user's personal data into searches the person generates. The tool pulls info from Picasa, Google+ and other social websites for generating personalized results, while a toggle button allows users to opt out to normal search mode. The move is meeting some criticism, most notably from Twitter, which sees the move as an end to Google's standing as a neutral arbiter of online information.

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