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Not sure how this link was open on my phones Google Chrome, nether the less unsure if it has been posted.

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A few days ago, Google announced the launch of a new ad project called Conversions API. The service will allow companies to make profiles of their users using not only their Internet search history, but also their in-store shopping activities.

On its website DoubleClick Search, Google said that users’ online data can only provide a limited amount of information to businesses. The company added that advertisers also need real-life information about consumers.
That led the giant to create a beta version of its Conversions API which will be used for automatic storing of offline conversions. The new service will keep track of users’ calls, in-store transactions, as well as different online actions.

This project is somewhat disturbing. Facebook activities are also disturbing for many, so as Amazon’s. Tracking your every step is something not many consumers would like.

In addition, it is now clear that Google doesn’t offer this information only to its advertisers. In November it was reported that the search engine gave the U.S. government private information of about 8,000 users. That was only for the first part of 2012. Insiders from Google commented that this was not the first time when they help a government.

Read more @ [link to www.dubaichronicle.com]

Last Edited by CYBERDELIK on 12/29/2012 02:35 PM
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12/29/2012 02:47 PM
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I stopped using Google months ago........have told all my friends and family to stop using it.

Before all this latest thing, they always tracked your searches!!

so fuck you, google.

Instead..........PLEASE TRY

DUCKDUCKGO.COM

silly name? yes,,,,,,but they DO NOT track your searches.

so everyone please,,,,NO MORE GOOGLE!!
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12/29/2012 03:28 PM
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Almost every site you visit connects your system to that adress:

h_ttp_s://apis.google.com:443/

Even blocked it wastes 3 connections before the system skips to the web site you wanna connect with.

Sux.
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Messed up.
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"Good Karma" I.O.U.......just because
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Google It

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Hey I'm going to send you a PM for something offtopic, I asked in another thread but I think you never returned...
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Not sure how this link was open on my phones Google Chrome, nether the less unsure if it has been posted.

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A few days ago, Google announced the launch of a new ad project called Conversions API. The service will allow companies to make profiles of their users using not only their Internet search history, but also their in-store shopping activities.

On its website DoubleClick Search, Google said that users’ online data can only provide a limited amount of information to businesses. The company added that advertisers also need real-life information about consumers.
That led the giant to create a beta version of its Conversions API which will be used for automatic storing of offline conversions. The new service will keep track of users’ calls, in-store transactions, as well as different online actions.

This project is somewhat disturbing. Facebook activities are also disturbing for many, so as Amazon’s. Tracking your every step is something not many consumers would like.

In addition, it is now clear that Google doesn’t offer this information only to its advertisers. In November it was reported that the search engine gave the U.S. government private information of about 8,000 users. That was only for the first part of 2012. Insiders from Google commented that this was not the first time when they help a government.

Read more @ [link to www.dubaichronicle.com]
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about 8,000 users? Smiley
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I believe to be a corporation, you must adhere to big brother (BB) demands. This is incentive to get off the grid, support independent businesses that are too small to comply with BB.
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It doesn't really matter if the search engine records you or not. The government is doing it regardless.
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A few days ago, Google announced the launch of a new ad project called Conversions API. The service will allow companies to make profiles of their users using not only their Internet search history, but also their in-store shopping activities.

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a ha. okay. bye, Google. fuck you.
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It's hard to use other search engines...
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Not sure how this link was open on my phones Google Chrome, nether the less unsure if it has been posted.

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A few days ago, Google announced the launch of a new ad project called Conversions API. The service will allow companies to make profiles of their users using not only their Internet search history, but also their in-store shopping activities.

On its website DoubleClick Search, Google said that users’ online data can only provide a limited amount of information to businesses. The company added that advertisers also need real-life information about consumers.
That led the giant to create a beta version of its Conversions API which will be used for automatic storing of offline conversions. The new service will keep track of users’ calls, in-store transactions, as well as different online actions.

This project is somewhat disturbing. Facebook activities are also disturbing for many, so as Amazon’s. Tracking your every step is something not many consumers would like.

In addition, it is now clear that Google doesn’t offer this information only to its advertisers. In November it was reported that the search engine gave the U.S. government private information of about 8,000 users. That was only for the first part of 2012. Insiders from Google commented that this was not the first time when they help a government.

Read more @ [link to www.dubaichronicle.com]
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Just more info for the files they are building on EVERYONE.

papers
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[link to yacy.net]
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The show is boring as hell. They can have it.
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WHY DO PEOPLE USE CHROME??

I put that question in caps because I do not understand how minds of people work.

Google is a company whose business model is to sell data, your data. Do you think they would invest time and money on a browser if they didn't track you.

Firefox has been around for a decade. It's open source. It's fast. It has plenty of add-ons. What's not to like?

It's amazing how Chrome is more popular and has a huge chunk of the market share.

People are so dumb, it's scary.
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They know everything about you.
In the last couple years they've been connecting
all online services with each other
facebook,youtube,chrome,your mail, and even your phone!
To monitor your activities/thoughts online.
This is the very reason google bought youtube.
One big data mining op.
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WHY DO PEOPLE USE CHROME??

I put that question in caps because I do not understand how minds of people work.

Google is a company whose business model is to sell data, your data. Do you think they would invest time and money on a browser if they didn't track you.

Firefox has been around for a decade. It's open source. It's fast. It has plenty of add-ons. What's not to like?

It's amazing how Chrome is more popular and has a huge chunk of the market share.

People are so dumb, it's scary.
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Same sheep that use FACEBOOK use CHROME.
Amazing isn't it?

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Bullshit, I'm sure after this palava [link to www.globalpost.com] they won't tread deep waters just yet.

Nice reliable link btw >.>
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12/29/2012 07:19 PM
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[link to www.ixquick.com (secure)]

Ixquick is a private search engine, that does searches through a proxy.

Also helpful for viewing Godlikeproductions during a ban.
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'startpage.com'

The worlds most private search engine.
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'startpage.com'

The worlds most private search engine.
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...enhanced by Google lol
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The worlds most private search engine.
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...enhanced by Google lol
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I see you are as thick as shit.
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The worlds most private search engine.
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...enhanced by Google lol
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I see you are as thick as shit.
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Oops, I clicked details and see what they meant by that now. Thanks for the link, very useful!
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'startpage.com'

The worlds most private search engine.
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...enhanced by Google lol
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I see you are as thick as shit.
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Oops, I clicked details and see what they meant by that now. Thanks for the link, very useful!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29920563


Hey you looked at it more, you are not as thick as shit as I thought, haha, and you didn't bitch at me when I cursed, so kudos to you.

Happy new year !
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"Good Karma" I.O.U.......just because
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stfu
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"Good Karma" I.O.U.......just because
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stfu
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Was thinking the same thing, karma bitches are all the same snivelling attention seekers.
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If You're that worried about your privacy get a VPN
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WHY DO PEOPLE USE CHROME??

I put that question in caps because I do not understand how minds of people work.

Google is a company whose business model is to sell data, your data. Do you think they would invest time and money on a browser if they didn't track you.

Firefox has been around for a decade. It's open source. It's fast. It has plenty of add-ons. What's not to like?

It's amazing how Chrome is more popular and has a huge chunk of the market share.

People are so dumb, it's scary.
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So true.... People just don't like to think.

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