Google has declared that it will not speak to CNET for a year, in retaliation for a CNET article that, by way of arguing that Google was a danger to personal privacy, published loads of personal information about CEO Eric Schmidt that it obtained via Google searches.

CNET is wrong to argue that Google is somehow at fault for having such a staggering quantity of personal information about individuals in its cache, but Google's reaction strikes me as, well, not particularly mature.


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