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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by cube, Oct 22, 2016.
Yeah stop using Google products if you care about privacy and you don't like consumerism.
Sad truth is no matter what Google do, I can't see people leaving/protesting the service enough to force a change.
Which is crazy really, because aside from Google search, Idk what you really need any of their services for. Plenty of great alternatives.
So much content is on YouTube, (and only on YouTube) that I would have to disagree with that statement. YouTube has become one of the internet's "go to" places when looking for entertainment or information on something. It is where a great many how-to videos end up.
Yeah but you can not log in to YouTube, and you can erase your browser cookies.
But it's very sneaky to ask you the whole time to set your preferences and default them to tracking if you use private browsing.
Yeah, like this one
EDIT: and here's another one. In other words search engine providers are not the only stars of cautionary tales related to tracking.
Personally for searching I usually use Duck Duck Go. But we're basically shoveling sand against the tide when we take a look at how many tracking scripts are deployed on most mainstream websites. Whack-a-mole territory.
It's not that sneaky, it's their business.
- Always use Incognito (Private Browsing) mode
- Automatically clear cookies/clear cache/history after and before any personal info in entered in websites.
That's how i do it
An unethical business.