Google Search Privacy: Plain and Simple





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Published on Aug 8, 2007

In the first in a series of short, informative videos on privacy, Google talks about what information we collect when you use our search engine and the steps we've taken to protect it. In future videos, we'll talk about why Google keeps logs, what information we record when you're signed into a Google account and steps you can take to increase your privacy when surfing online. Much of this information is already available at our online Privacy Center at http://www.google.com/privacy.html

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Adam DiRocco
She's obviously reading a prompter and knows nothing of which she speaks.
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Donnie Simms
Ms. Ohye; may I please go on a date with you?
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God bless and watch over America. As a nation we need you, as a people's ,cannot survive .
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Zvakanaka Gerasse
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Ram Pramod
am i the only one that gets irritated when she uses the sketch/marker on the board?
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Bigg Redd
Why is the Internet represented by a cloud? Google could use some metaphorical help.
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Savanna Fisher
google is weird
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