December 10, 2007 8:15 AM PST puts a bet on privacy

The fourth-largest search engine company will begin a service called AskEraser, which allows users to make their searches more private.
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It may work, Google really got spoiled
Especially Google started to make people really paranoid and I
can't blame them.

When you search for anything, the stuff you see at results page
as "enable search history", "login" (remember, it is NOT yahoo
portal), "create account" makes you suspicious.

There is still "We (our servers) will read every word on your
private mails and show relevant ads" issue on Gmail. Addition to
that: "Nothing actually gets deleted" issue.

If anything promising more privacy and trust to end user proves
to be successful, Google suits may wake up.
Posted by Ilgaz (573 comments )
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Why search engines saves user queries ?
Why search engines saves user queries ?
And how they are doing this ?


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