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stuff.co.nz - 6 readers - Despite privacy concerns, upstart search engines promising data security can't get users to abandon Google.
qz.com - 7 readers, 1 Tweets - This post has been corrected. Google may be standing up to government surveillance, but on Google Maps it shies away from conflict. The company displays the borders of 32 states differently than the other 162 members of the United Nations. Many of these countries have long had disputed borders or are currently facing military conflicts. Google M...