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Skittler

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Why are you guys so worried about this? Is the Government actively seeking you? Are you looking up child pornography? I myself have looked up illegal things on google (torrents, cracks, warez etc..). If they where giving this information to the authorities I believe I would have been informed by now. Google can track anything I do, I could care less. Like mentioned before, they have to be given a subpoena to share this, but that's with any site you join. No one is going to cover up and take the fall for your illegal activities. Google is not out to get you like you guys are making this out to be.

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Amen to that Skittler. :good:

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Skittler...trust is a balancing act, and for me this is about achieving balance. Also, it's not just about what I am doing or any other every day user...it's about what Google or a representative (representatives) of Google could potentially do.

Seriously, there is more security needed for PCs in the primary sense...not just for protection from Google or Google representatives...just more. Just as an example...I want to be able to keep all my financial records on my PC. Well, that's not going to happen until security is perfected...

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I see Skittlers point, it's in the same sense as, Why do you need a radar detector if you're not breaking the law or speeding ?? You don't.
But FS has a valid point when it comes down to all out security. If you give companies such as Google an inch,, soon they'll be taking a foot, then a yard, and then who knows how far it will reach before it stops.





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