Why Google Remembers Your Every Search Request.

Via elephant journal
on Jan 3, 2011
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Google is Stalking You.

Guess I regret all those google searches for “herpes” “crabs” and “syphilis” are gonna come back to haunt me when I go buy that new Mac Air and they check my credit rating. Think I’m joking? Well, I am—mostly:

Loved this, via Duck Duck Go. Saw the below on twitter. Clicked:

@duckduckgo Google tracks you. We don’t. An illustrated guide: http://donttrack.us/ – please pass on.

Click the below image to read the whole bit. Scary stuff—if you’ve got anything to hide, from anyone (and that includes your future ex, your bank, your board members…what have you).


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