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5 things you missed: Google terms of service changes and more
By Kelly Metz, Digital First Media
Posted: 10/11/2013 03:48:25 PM EDT
Updated: 10/11/2013 03:54:46 PM EDT
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Tech 5 things - 10/11
1. Your name and face could appear in Google ads, per new termsGoogle has pulled a fast one and changed its terms of service related to ads and endorsements, similar to what Facebook has done in the past. If you like a product or brand on Google+, Google's own social media site, your reviews, likes and comments could appear in a search feed promoting and endorsing the product, whether you like or not.Read more: Google pulls a Facebook: New terms ...
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