Google Invades Your Privacy

Submitted by: PhotoKing 5 years ago

Now everyone will know about the porn you look at.
There are 41 comments:
Male 3,482
[quote]the problem, Altaru, is that not everyone has the a) time b) patience c) tech savy to have multiple accounts for everything they do in their lives so this is all from that perspective.[/quote]
It takes all of no time at all to make a new account, write down the details of that account, and use that account to sign up for all your porn e-zines. And the only reason it would take patience is if you fu­ck it up in the first place.

If you made ONE account, then you should know how to make another. And the only people that would be hugely affected by this would be the people with accounts.

Try again.

Besides, if you don`t have the time or patience to read through a privacy policy or two, especially a short and sweet one like Google`s new simplified policy, then maybe you shouldn`t be messing around with computers on your own. You might install ANOTHER ten useless toolbars...
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Male 766
Everybody masturbates, everybody looks at porn, as long as it is legal porn there is nothing to be ashamed of. People who hurt children are not punished severely enough . . .
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Male 2,790
he is so obnoxious
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Male 715
yeah chance, my wife wonders why there is so much info on her online, and almost none about me, she thinks I`m tech savvy, I keep telling her it`s because I don`t like social media...
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Male 987
Who searches for porn on Google?
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Male 2,859
Bear in mind, you are a statistic, just like everyone else.
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Male 219
Um...everyone is so outraged by Google doing it, yet they minimize Facebook and surf the web...read Facebook`s UELA...they blatantly tell you "Hey, as long as you have our page open, we`re recording everything you do on your computer so we can customize sales to you individually...some of this information may be sold to those advertisers..."

Read the UELA folks...we fight against privacy invasions and then give up our privacy...
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Male 58
For the people who say they don`t care that Google is tracking everything they do, keep this in mind: It`s a slippery slope. Once they get away with this things will only progress and they will become more invasive.
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Male 68
I have nothing to hide. If they start posting that information publicly I might have a problem, but I don`t give a hoot if google or some marketing company knows what kind of comics I read or videos I watch.
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Male 119
If Fox News says it, it`s got to be true, right?
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Male 31
I hope everyone realizes that it is connect to your account... so if you are logged out... no info is saved... so just go incognito and all is good.
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Male 528
waaaiiit wait wait.. american news..?

`uck off
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Female 4,086
@squidbush. and that is exactly why i`m closing my youtube acct and anything else remotely connected to google. i don`t even tell my man what kind of weird porn i`m into. i see no reason to give a search engine a view into my psyche.
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Male 122
Suuuurrrreeeee.... So when their porn search habits are at stake of becoming public knowledge, THEN fox gives a poo about privacy.
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Male 365
This isn`t an invasion of privacy! Using Google isn`t like looking for something on your own, it`s like asking someone else to find it for you. It`s your problem if you don`t want them to know what you`ve asked them to find, they have every right to remember what you`ve told them.
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Male 942
So.. I guess I should probably stop doing Google searches for lesbian Nazi midget porn.
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Male 49
You can track anything to Check on your mate go to trackamate type in there ph# and Google Earth will give you a close up view of them. Enjoy
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Male 770
the problem, Altaru, is that not everyone has the a) time b) patience c) tech savy to have multiple accounts for everything they do in their lives so this is all from that perspective.
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Male 1,418
So, it`s invasion of privacy when google does it, but it`s "Patriotic" when the US government did it after 9/11? ooookay
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Male 3,482
These people are utter morons...

Seriously, there`s plenty of ways to avoid having your info used in ways you don`t want, it`s all explained to anyone who`s actually explored Google.

But here`s the real kicker: I have three Google accounts. Only ONE is tied to my real name and info. Know what I use that one for? Professional stuff. The other two are used for my youtube mini-series and a garbage dump Gmail respectively.

Problem. Solved.

Just another case of Fox and those so-called "privacy advocates" blowing things out of proportion to scare their ignorant viewers and gain ratings.
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Male 761
Firefox + NoScript = problem solved

It blocks google-analytics.com (the thing that tracks everything) from running on websites, as well as many other spywares and ads.

Although if you`re logged in your google account and using google services that might not do much.
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Male 314
Wow, Fox News can`t report on anything without looking ridiculous.
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Male 25,416
Interent is getting very very scary!
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Male 2,516
@crackrjak: I watched the video without prejudice, came out of it with the exact sentiment as LazyMe84 (and as far as I can tell we don`t usually agree).

Sorry but that "News" report was ridiculous and doesn`t seem reliable
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Male 815
Crakr, this is entertainment; nothing more than a glorified talk show. Actual news programs are dead.
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Male 17,512
LazyMe: Go park your prejudice on the backporch and quit being an ideologue.
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Male 10,440
Can we get this from an actual news source? Stupid IAB.
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Male 105
Wait.....people still watch Fox News for news?
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Male 715
maybe the youtube recommendations will actually be relevant now...
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Male 1,582
Oh no! Say it isn`t so =`[

... who the drat cares.
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Male 3,894
...they already did that. Only, it was all in different places.
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Male 157
zzzzz
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Female 1,566
You mean sites on the internet are tracking and storing my personal and private information?!?! THE SHOCK. THE HORROR. SOMEONE DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS PROBLEM THAT THE MEDIA BRINGS UP ONCE EVERY TWO YEARS THAT HAS BEEN GOING ON SINCE THE INTERNET BEGAN!
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Male 37,897

Did any of you actually think you had privacy on the web before?
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Male 1,093
multiple accounts. problem solved.
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Male 5,811
How dare a corporation collect your information and make a profit selling it? I find it laughable that it`s Fox that`s bitching about a corporation.

If you don`t like it, don`t use the service. Or better yet, since everyone in America has equal opportunity to succeed, people should just start their own search engines to profit from. Totally feasible. /sarcasm
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Male 4,746
Blah, blah, blah...Website cookies have been tracking us for years. Who gives a crap.

The reason Google results are the best is because they do this stuff. If you want crappy search results, use someone else.
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Male 59
so IAB is now featuring Fox News segments that AREN`T meant as a joke? Sad.
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Female 2,674
"3 hours on the victoria secret website"

sure...

victoria`s secret...
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Male 60
Fox news got something right? More shocking than the linked video.
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Male 526
Link: Google Invades Your Privacy [Rate Link] - Now everyone will know about the porn you look at.
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