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Google Monopoly And Governments Secrecy Is Evil - People Diversity And Open Source Acces To Information Is The Solution - Startpage Protects Your

 
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Google Monopoly And Governments Secrecy Is Evil - People Diversity And Open Source Acces To Information Is The Solution - Startpage Protects Your
Startpage Protects Your Privacy!
Startpage, and its sister search engine Ixquick, are the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches.
Your privacy is under attack!
Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database.

Those searches reveal a shocking amount of personal information about you, such as your interests, family circumstances, political leanings, medical conditions, and more. This information is modern-day gold for marketers, government officials, black-hat hackers and criminals - all of whom would love to get their hands on your private search data.
Why should you worry?
Major search engines have quietly amassed the largest database of personal information on individuals ever collected. Unfortunately, this data can all too easily fall into the wrong hands. Consider the following story:

In August 2006, the online world was jarred when AOL accidentally released three months' worth of aggregated search data from 650,000 of its users, publishing all the details in an online database.
That database is still searchable. It is an absolute eye-opener to see the potential for privacy nightmares.

[link to zqxj.blogspot.ro]
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Re: Google Monopoly And Governments Secrecy Is Evil - People Diversity And Open Source Acces To Information Is The Solution - Startpage Protects Your
Try it, you'll like it.

[link to www.ixquick.com (secure)]
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Re: Google Monopoly And Governments Secrecy Is Evil - People Diversity And Open Source Acces To Information Is The Solution - Startpage Protects Your
Startpage Protects Your Privacy!
Startpage, and its sister search engine Ixquick, are the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches.
Your privacy is under attack!
Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database.

Those searches reveal a shocking amount of personal information about you, such as your interests, family circumstances, political leanings, medical conditions, and more. This information is modern-day gold for marketers, government officials, black-hat hackers and criminals - all of whom would love to get their hands on your private search data.
Why should you worry?
Major search engines have quietly amassed the largest database of personal information on individuals ever collected. Unfortunately, this data can all too easily fall into the wrong hands. Consider the following story:

In August 2006, the online world was jarred when AOL accidentally released three months' worth of aggregated search data from 650,000 of its users, publishing all the details in an online database.
That database is still searchable. It is an absolute eye-opener to see the potential for privacy nightmares.

[link to zqxj.blogspot.ro]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27670200


Anyone who believes that there can be any "privacy" on an "Open Source" system is being deceived, or is a deceiver. There is no privacy anymore. Surveillance and sousveillance technologies are everywhere. Many of these technologies are invisible. For instance, and this is old technology, key strokes can be used to ID a user. Face and voice recognition are another way users can be identified. No need to record IP addresses and track searches.
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02/12/2013 08:02 AM
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Re: Google Monopoly And Governments Secrecy Is Evil - People Diversity And Open Source Acces To Information Is The Solution - Startpage Protects Your
Startpage Protects Your Privacy!
Startpage, and its sister search engine Ixquick, are the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches.
Your privacy is under attack!
Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database.

Those searches reveal a shocking amount of personal information about you, such as your interests, family circumstances, political leanings, medical conditions, and more. This information is modern-day gold for marketers, government officials, black-hat hackers and criminals - all of whom would love to get their hands on your private search data.
Why should you worry?
Major search engines have quietly amassed the largest database of personal information on individuals ever collected. Unfortunately, this data can all too easily fall into the wrong hands. Consider the following story:

In August 2006, the online world was jarred when AOL accidentally released three months' worth of aggregated search data from 650,000 of its users, publishing all the details in an online database.
That database is still searchable. It is an absolute eye-opener to see the potential for privacy nightmares.

[link to zqxj.blogspot.ro]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27670200


Anyone who believes that there can be any "privacy" on an "Open Source" system is being deceived, or is a deceiver. There is no privacy anymore. Surveillance and sousveillance technologies are everywhere. Many of these technologies are invisible. For instance, and this is old technology, key strokes can be used to ID a user. Face and voice recognition are another way users can be identified. No need to record IP addresses and track searches.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14579509


And it's about to get a whole lot worse:

[link to www.gardian.co.uk] (put the 'u' back in).

Facebook has served it's purpose, say what, half the western world under 40 has spilled their soul out online and soon that info will be available to the highest bidder. Now I see today that one of google's top boiz is selling up, maybe they've got all they need now too.
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,

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