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StefanieBrave new Google world and the opt out village

written by Stefanie on October 30th, 2009, 19:09  |  I like this! (20)

I am not a digital native. When I grew up there were telephones WITH cords and letters (yes, that snail mail letters) but no such thing as Google and Facebook where you are tempted and used to leave and share all kinds of private data with people you scarcely know.

Though I have started using network and community platforms, tools and apps and whatever else is there to a certain extend I am still not comfortable with leaving all kind of data ‘somewhere’ having no control over what happens to them.
Therefore I am delighted that Google now offers an easy way to protect my privacy: the Google Opt Out Feature!


Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village

Just waiting for the right moment and then I will click that button…

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Tags: google, google village, letter, opt out, privacy, secure data, village


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