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If you think Google knows too much about you, here's how to stop it.
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Tom Merritt: Google is huge and they collect a lot of information about you. They’ll show you what they know. But it's kind of frightening if that frightens you, here are a couple of tools you can use to keep there prying nose out of your business, while still availing yourself of the fine Google services. The easiest way is to use the scroogle.org the service passes your search terms to hide your IP address and destroys the along the way the result is that you get Google search result, but Google gets no identifiable data about you.
There are also Scroogle plug-ins for most major web browsers of course you have to trust that’s Scroogle is not going to destroy your searches and make differ use of them that’s why I also like the Firefox plug-in Google sharing it automatically redirects all Google searches through a proxy that makes the cookies and IP addresses with other people also using the plug-in that way Google gets data but it's randomized with other people and -- little bit of -- the nice thing is that you just use Google the way you normally would, you don’t have to think about it but more importantly to you -- that is you can compile and run your own proxy so if you don’t trust the Google sharing default proxy role your own.
Another nice thing about Google sharing is that it encrypts your request between you computer and proxy of course this doesn’t work on services that you log into like Google docs in Gmail because you already told them who you are when you logged in. but if you want the last seen of privacy between you and Google now you go a couple of options, I'm Tom Merritt, cnet.com.
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