Internet users protest the use of photos in Google ads

When Google announced that it would use names and photos of its users to sell advertising, we show it here on Digital Look what to do if you want to prevent this from happening. But a different idea came up to deal with the situation.

In protest against the measures, several Google+ users are taking their profile pictures on the social network and putting nowhere the company’s chairman, Eric Schmidt.

In doing so, netizens ensure that, when they are listed in an advertisement, the Google executive who appears, not them.

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With: Huffington Post.

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