Prevent snooping on your Google search queries

Thursday, 24 January 2008, 8:21 AM EST

There are chances that someone is secretly spying on your Google search tracks for various reasons. For example, the employer may monitor your Google search habits to know if you are looking for jobs elsewhere while the local ISP may be collecting your Google queries with the purpose of selling that data to large analytics companies.

At Digital Inspiration.

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