Google Changes Privacy Settings

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Posted June 13, 2007 - By Mike D'Alonzo

Google has loosened the reins on their privacy policy just a little, agreeing to limit the amount of time they keep users' personal search data to 18 months, as opposed to the old policy of...um...forever. This all comes on the recommendation of a group in the European Union, who are unhappy with the draconian overlords hording of data.

This is good news, because we would hate for people to know what TheFeed has been searching for over the past couple of years. Why, dvinson alone surfs enough porn in a month to make Larry Flynt blush, and, though she says it's for personal research, we think there's something else afoot. She's been put on some kind of watch list for her search of "bare breasts + rattlesnakes," and we're getting a little afraid.

FT.com: Google agrees changes on privacy

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Google Changes Privacy Settings


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