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Just a thought, hopefully it'll spark some interesting answers!

asked Jun 06 '10 at 00:24

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I would trust google on about 90% of the things. And with the rules or laws, I do not understand what you are asking

answered Jun 06 '10 at 00:32

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like privacy laws and like legalities pertaining to crime blackhat operations, stuff like that.

(Jun 06 '10 at 00:34) 602kid 602kid's gravatar image

Millions of people use chrome. I'm pretty sure that Chrome is just using this information for survey. There's very little chance that they index every site we go on and review the information thoroughly.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 00:34

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I've thought about this since cloud computing really started to develop. I think Google can be trusted, but the user should take into consideration what data they store on the "cloud." As long as you keep copies in physical or in some form of offline storage, I think it will be fine.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 00:36

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edited Jun 06 '10 at 00:37

Great answer! I agree!

(Jun 06 '10 at 00:45) 602kid 602kid's gravatar image

why cant we trust google with the information? if you dont want them to know what site you got the references for your school project dont use the web, if you dont want google to know you cheated on your girlfriend, dont put it on the web, if you dont want google to know, keep it of google

answered Jun 06 '10 at 00:37

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Good answer. Information is power, knowing what you can do with it is another story. Like what's going on behind the scenes, its just a thought. I enjoy everything Google has to offer, and I have nothing to hide. But on a large scale it's much different!

(Jun 06 '10 at 00:44) 602kid 602kid's gravatar image
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