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Google Mobile-Payment Patent Raises Privacy Flags

March 25th, 2011 03:43 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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bizwriter writes “Google has been interested in the mobile payment business, with rumored service tests coming soon. Now the rumors have some more tangible back-up in the form of a patent application that not only describes a versatile payment system, but one in which Google would obtain details of purchasing that are normally unavailable.” Reader Batblue points out a related article about how the temptation of ‘big data’ is leading businesses to draw us closer to a surveillance society.

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