...in that it now never forgets.
Saw that earlier. I thought they had already done that but whatever...
Well, I had only just heard about it on SourceFed, so not my fault if I am a bit behind.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
See, this is why I've been using DuckDuckGo for some time now. Well that and DDG doesn't 'bubble' your search results. Which would have very destructive effects if you were looking to actually learn something new about an issue.
I think I'm gonna start waning off from Google. I don't trust it anymore. Hopefully they lose enough business through this that they revert it by necessity. :/
17th June 2002
I don't understand. Aren't they just combining histories across their various products? It's not like they've taken to publishing them for all to see.
So if I search for porn, I'll end up getting blow-up dolls and free sex advertised to me.
I don't know the specifics cause I've not read up but I think they are pulling a Facebook. The info will be generally and supposed to be confidential... Until it gives them a financial benefit to tell someone. Kinda scary.
I didn't make it!
It always never forgot, now it just does it more efficiently.
I take what n0e says way too seriously
19th November 2007
Simple solution: Turn off your search history? I never had it on in the first place anyway.