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£2.5bn sueball claims Google slurps kids' YouTube browsing habits then sells them on

codejunky Silver badge

Hmm

So parents forget to parent, blame someone else. Google even made a kid friendly version for those parents who really must put their kid on youtube (I am not knocking it, its a great distraction) so it is up to the parent to guide their children. Its just like teaching the kid about fire, you dont give them a lighter and let rip. If the parents are concerned about Google's standard service acting like Google's standard service then the parents need to think for a moment and hopefully will see the problem.

Or it will be Google's fault because Google bad (but still gonna use it).

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