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Google: Evil or Not?

Walter Glenn , Gizmodo Media

Google: Evil or Not?

"Don't be evil" has long been the unofficial corporate motto of Google. Whether they've lived up to that slogan is a matter of opinion, and we want to hear yours. Make it count, because we'll be posting a follow-up article next week with the best arguments on both sides.

What We're Looking For

Yep, it's another flame war, fellow life hackers. Slip into your fireproof gear, dive into the discussions below, and let us know what you think. Our hope is that when we sift through the ashes, we'll get a reasonable look at both sides of the argument. Just keep in mind that we're using the term "flame war" a little tongue-in-cheek: we'll actually be looking for the polite, well-reasoned, and well-articulated arguments to feature in our follow-up.

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