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The World’s Worst Privacy Policy

With the Internet up in arms about the most recent tweaks to Google’s fine print on privacy, it’s helpful to remember: It could be much, much worse. Another search engine called Skipity, created last June and registered to one Andrew Corley, offers a refreshingly honest example of the privacy policy most companies’ execs would like [...]
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Safe Preference Header implemented in Internet Explorer and Firefox

Technology : Ghacks.net (3 days ago)

Some Internet sites make use of a safe mode to filter out objectionable contents. This is true for search engines such as Google Search, Startpage or Bing, or video sites like YouTube. When enabled, contents with adult themes may be... Read Post

Why You Shouldn’t Use Just One Search Engine? Privacy.

Technology : The Next Web Blog (5 years ago)

One recurring concern with search engines is the privacy of your searches. Does it matter which search engine you use? Do they really save your search history? If they do, what might they do with it? WIRED magazine recently printed ... Read Post

Google Granting Around Half Europe’s Search De-Index Requests — But Won’t Show Its Workings

Technology : TechCrunch (15 hours ago)

Following a meeting between European regulators and search engines yesterday, to discuss the latter group’s implementation of a recent European Court of Justice privacy ruling, it has emerged that Google has received around 91,000 r... Read Post


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