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I am AN attorney, not YOUR attorney. If you think you need a lawyer to represent you in your personal, individual business matters, please feel free to hire one. You using the Website Legal Pages that I use to keep my nose clean does NOT create an attorney-client relationship, and you assume the same risk that I do in using them. The reference to “Google” does not imply any relationship with Google, and neither does it suggest Google has reviewed any statement pertaining to Google. It’s merely a statement of historical fact that Google made noteworthy changes to their policies, and went to great lengths to draw user attention to those changes, at a contemporaneously consistent moment in time that signaled the new FTC changes. Coincidence? I think not. So, if Google made some changes… what about you?