Microsoft's 'Scroogled' campaign attacks Google's Gmail ad policies
from ABC News
A year ago Microsoft launched a "Scroogled" campaign attacking Google's growing Google Docs word-processing service. Now Microsoft is trying to attract users to its Outlook.com e-mail service, which it says beats Google's popular Gmail. "Google goes through every Gmail that's sent or received, looking for keywords so they can target Gmail with paid ads. And there's no way to opt out of this invasion of your privacy," Microsoft's Scroogled.com Scroogled.com site says. "Outlook.com is different we don't go through your e-mail to sell ads," Microsoft goes on to state on that site.
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