Why no one should use Google Chrome despite its excellence
Like any other fan of progressive technology, I downloaded Google Chrome to see what it looked like, and also to explore it. I found out that it was a good browser, although still incomparable to Firefox because it is new.
Did any of you read the EULA, however? (The EULA is the End User License Agreement, or, in other words, our binding agreement as users to the company providing the product.)
I hadn’t, either. But because of a heads-up from ptj_tsubasa I learned of a devious clause in Chrome: anything you write and type in Chrome is basically already owned by Google. Yes, I am not trolling.
Next time, I’m going to read the EULA, even if it’s from Google.
EDIT2: Um, read lolikitsune’s comment. He has elucidated to me the fine print. I’m quite ignorant of American law, so there you go. If in doubt, however, use Firefox instead. 🙂