Realizing that Google has a hefty slush fund for legal hassles, seeing the search giant sued over the privacy concerns regarding the usage of their toolbar. The fact of the matter is, no one is reading any attacked TOS which explains Google’s privacy policy. So even if the policy is¬†outrageous, it’s really the end user responsibility to understand what they are getting into.

The claim to fame is apparently that Google has mislead those who are downloading the Google toolbar software. Right, because everything free in life is not going to use your personal data anyway possible to help pay for the item you’re enjoying? Give me a break.

While I personally think that Google would do well be its users to make how they handle data more clearly understood, I think that people who sue them over privacy concerns need to get a reality check.