The Anonymous Google Cookie

After the AOL incident, people are concerned again about their online privacy. While Google wasn't involved in the incident, one can't stop wondering what if Google leaked precious records from their database. While many people say it's a good idea to use proxies, TOR, or to not use Google anymore to protect your privacy, this […]

After the AOL incident, people are concerned again about their online privacy. While Google wasn't involved in the incident, one can't stop wondering what if Google leaked precious records from their database.

While many people say it's a good idea to use proxies, TOR, or to not use Google anymore to protect your privacy, this site has a more interesting idea: let's change our ID to a value that has an added benefit of allowing us to see one of Google's design experiments (it's from March, but it hasn't been released).

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