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There is a growing tension between knowledge and privacy as Google give us more but wants to know more about us first:Like Microsoft before it, Google is starting to suffer a little blowback. It is still wildly popular for its search engine and expanding range of free internet services, but a paranoia, variously described as Fog (Fear of Google) and Dog (Disdain of Google), is beginning to set in.Not least of critics’ concerns was that mysterious investment in Mrs Brin’s genetics firm, which Google proved curiously reluctant to explain. Was this just a corporate wedding present, as some bloggers wondered? Or is Google plotting some sinister link between computers and the human brain?

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