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Escaping your history PDF Print
a blog*on*nymity ID TRAIL MIX by James Muir

Imagine that every search phrase you have ever typed into Google from your home computer was recorded and stored in a user-profile on one of Google's servers. What would this profile say about you? No doubt you would consider some of this information private. It might alarm you when you realize that this information is now out of your control. Perhaps you trust Google not to divulge it, but there may be legal circumstances which would force them to do so.

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