Saturday, June 02, 2007

RE: Some facts about Google and Internet privacy

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Date: 31 May 2007, 20:00



Matt Cutts, a software engineer at Google since January 2000, used to work for the National Security Agency.


Keyhole, the satellite imaging company that Google acquired in October 2004, was funded by the CIA.


"We are moving to a Google that knows more about you." — Google CEO Eric Schmidt, February 9, 2005



Since 2000, Google has recorded your search terms, the date-time of each search, the globally-unique ID in your cookie (it expires in 2038), and your IP address. This information is available to governments on request.



Scroogle
is a screen-scraping proxy for the Google search engine that circumvents Google's tracking of user activity via cookies and/or IP address. The site also allows users to perform Google searches without receiving Google advertisements. A Yahoo scraper is included. There is support for 28 languages, and Mozilla offers a Scroogle plugin for the Firefox search bar.



If you believe in internet privacy, you might want to click the link and bookmark the Scroogle Scraper page. Just maybe.

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