Re: Privacy Policies are getting harder to read.
If people cared about privacy policies then people would be flocking away from Google for other services with "better privacy", but that isn't happening.
So, if it a choice between A) a steaming pile of semi-functional code that allows for perfectly secure searches that do not return anything of value and B) Google which returns an arguably great set of results but which also plays fast and loose with personal privacy, people will always choose A?
Additional incentives might be needed such as cranking up the per instance tax on searches to mirror the ever-increasing tobacco tax. While I agree that education is a critical part of security, I don't believe that cigarette usage makes for a good comparison.