Scroogled is an entirely different matter and basically had to do with users of Google getting paid advertisements in their search results. Microsoft, of course, suggests that those needing a search engine use Bing. Now, Microsoft is on the attack against Google's recent decision to post ads in your Gmail in-box.
Microsoft's Scroogled website presents a video showing how Google scroogles you. It also posts a definition of "Scroogled" and uses it in a sentence: "Google put spam ads in my Gmail inbox that look like regular email—I'm Scroogled!" If it bothers you that Google goes through your emails looking for key words, there is a way to eliminate all of the spam. Simply go to the settings, click on the in-box tab, and uncheck the promotions box. Microsoft has an easier idea. Simply open an Outlook account. As Microsoft makes it clear, Outlook doesn't send you spam disguised as email.