If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place.
Mit diesem Standpunkt habe ich natürlich so meine Probleme: Hätte sich der Widerstand im dritten Reich daran halten sollen? Ja, wir leben nicht im dritten Reich, aber jede Regierung nutzt Gewalt und hält sich nicht an Eigentumsrechte.
Hiermit kann man wenigstens verbergen, was man mit Google sucht:
Moxie Marlin, der Entwickler schreibt:
They know everything you've ever searched for, what search results you clicked on, what news you read, and every place you've ever gotten directions to. Most of the time, thanks to things like Google Analytics, they even know which websites you visited that you didn't reach through Google. If you use Gmail, they know the content of every email you've ever sent or received, whether you've deleted it or not.
They know who your friends are, where you live, where you work, and where you spend your free time. They know about your health, your love life, and your political leanings. These days they are even branching out into collecting your realtime GPS location and your DNS lookups. In short, not only do they know a lot about what you're doing, they also have significant insight into what you're thinking.
Ein anderes schönes Zitat von Marlin, hat mich zu dieser kleinen Collage motiviert:
Who knows more about the citizens in their own country, Kim Jong-Il or Google?