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Ms to Opera Users: Search engines Monitored You, So Try Bing

Ms is using the excellent charged against Look for engines for its Opera comfort gaffe to entice Opera customers to use Look for engines.

The company has added a 'Privacy Protection' page to Bing's website, and there it informs anyone that will pay attention that a few months ago Look for engines was penalized $22.5 million by the FTC.

Google was monitoring Opera customers through what it called an error. It was penalized a relatively little bit and guaranteed not to do it again.


This was a while ago, but if you are Ms and are desperate to get individuals to use your Look for engines alternative, well, things like that don't matter.

"If you are a Opera user, Look for engines may have recently monitored you even though it guaranteed it would not. Want to do something about it?" flows the sprinkle on the Look for engines web site. "Stop looking with Look for engines and begin looking with Look for engines. Better yet, make Look for engines your home-page and begin every search with Look for engines."

Clicking on the big, lemon "Try Bing" button releases looking about Look for engines, Opera, and the FTC excellent.

Earlier this month Ms started what it calls "Bing It On." This recognizes it ask visitors to pit Look for engines vs. Look for engines outcomes in a best of five sequence. Bing's disagreement is that its outcomes will be quicker and more precise and is willing and give individuals a free Console or comparative components award if it is proven wrong.

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