Update to Project Veritas exposé! Google took the video down. But here’s another site to view it.

June 25, 2019

Hat-tip Tea Party Patriots:

“Google removed the Project Veritas video from YouTube yesterday (don’t forget, YouTube is a Google product). And why not? The video showed a Google executive, admitting that the company has a responsibility to “prevent another Trump situation” from happening. She even went so far as to say that breaking up Google would be a bad thing because it would take a big, powerful company like Google to stop another 2016 from happening. Or, in other words, they intend to influence an election. There’s no way Google wanted this out in the public domain. So, they will do everything they can to suppress this information”.

Use this alternate site to see the video if you have not had a chance to view it. And be sure to pass this new video site on to your family & friends.

Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

~Psst, tired of politics? Check out Travel in the Categories drop down menu (right side panel) for my blogs posted from interesting locations during my travel adventures.

DuckDuckGo – The Browser That Doesn’t Track You, Unlike Google

June 15, 2013

Time to sh*t-can Google!

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When you search Google, and click on a link,

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your search term is usually sent to that site,

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along with your browser & computer info,

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which can often uniquely identify you.

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That’s creepy, but who cares about some random site?

Those sites usually have third-party ads,

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and those third-parties build profiles about you,

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and that’s why those ads follow you everywhere.

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That’s creepy too, but who cares about some herpes ads?

Your profile can also be sold,

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and potentially show up in unwanted places,

like higher prices and getting insurance.

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But there’s more.

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Remember your searches?

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Google also saves them.

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Your saved searches can be legally requested,

and then come back to bite you (happens).

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Or a bad Google employee could go snooping (happens).

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Or Google could get hacked (happens).

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That’s why we don’t send your searches to other sites.

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Or store any personal information at all.

That’s our privacy policy in a nutshell.

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So don’t get tracked when searching.

Use DuckDuckGo instead.  

Privacy is just one of many reasons why it’s awesome.

Fig. 19 Google tracks you, we don't

Share it with your friends:  Duck Duck Go



Aloha, Mikie

~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

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