Microsoft has been in the game for a long time, and when you've been around for as long as they have, you're bound to make a few rivals. Yet, when you've been a company for decades, you're bound to have a few lapses in judgment. 

The company just pushed their hatred of Google to a new level (and yes, this is hatred, because you don't just do this to a company you simply don't like very much) by releasing a line of clothes and products that call out Google for its privacy problems. "Scroogled" is what Microsoft is calling it, and if you'd like, you can purchase shirts and hoodies equiped with lines like, "Keep Calm While We Still Your Data," and "Step Into Our Web." Yeah, this doesn't have the same ring to it as the tees you can find from Obey and Crooks & Castles, but whatever, it isn't as expensive either. You can pick up a shirt for about $11.99, a hoodie for $25.99, and a hat for $14.99. Microsoft also threw in a mug for good measure, so you can get your caffeine fix while getting your data stolen, because you're not going to drop Google for Bing regardless of what a mug might say.