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Revealed! 5 Things You Should Never Search On Google.

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#5 Don't Search Things Which Clue Your Location On Google.

#5 Don't Search Things Which Clue Your Location On Google.
If you google anything on search engine that records your IP address and search terms.There are some things which you should never search on google. 

As Jay Stanley reported for the American Civil Liberties Union(ACLU), the very first example in which the powerful privacy implications of having your search history recorded occurred in 2006. when AOL 'American Online' released maximum number of searches that had been conducted on this site. 

A years ago, In New york times Columnist David Leonard told NRP how search term differs major differences between counties where life is easiest and counties where life is hardest. A high popularity of searches on health problems like blood sugar and diabetes, searches on “what might be called the dark side of religion and searches about “specific kinds of guns” 

Your searches give your search engine a view of how economic trends gives in your everyday life — something you may not want advertisers capitalizing upon.

#4 Never Search For Information On Medical Issues Or Drugs.

#4 Never Search For Information On Medical Issues Or Drugs.
Google says that, it stop advertisers from marketing based on sensitive information, Such as health information or religious belief. 

Tim Libert a doctoral student found more than 90% of the 80,000 health related pages he exposed user information to third party.Google collect 78% of the information from the page where Libert looked at. For instance,visit to page HIV/AIDS combine with users browsing history and leads to ads for HIV/AIDS treatment. 

Stolen medical information is routinely trafficked on crminal websites. Third party matches you with your medical search result, advertiser could discriminate against medical searches.

#3 Don't Give Search On Google About Your Insecurities

#3 Don't Give Search On Google About Your Insecurities
Advertising is criminally formulated to create and capitalize upon viewers’ insecurities. Giving your search engine. All of the advertisers that leverage the information it collects on you — easy access to the insecurities you already have just does the dirty work for them. 

Amanda Hess recently reported for searches she’s dubbed “Google, am I normal?” hess explained that i have been tipping google search every hour of the day,celebrity diet, pants are uncomfortable, migraine difficulty speaking, before and after plastic surgery, and worst cramps ever why.” Each of those gives an easy in to advertisers, who don’t even have to show you an ad first to get you to think about your insecurities, and how their products might help. objectively, they aren’t a huge deal, you should avoid sharing those insecurities with your search engine in the first place.

#2 Never Search Anything Fishy On Google

#2 Never Search Anything Fishy On Google
Don’t search for suspicious terms, or anything that could be explained as crime-related, when someone is watching your browsing history. it’s a bad idea to search anything crime-related if you have something to hide 

Lee Rowland’s report on how a New York case highlights the problem with finding someone guilty to an attempt to commit a crime when the only evidence is words shared online. It’s one thing to use a Google search as evidence of intent or knowledge, when an actual crime has resulted and there’s a real victim.

#1 Don't Google Anything That Defines Your Identity

#1 Don't Google Anything That Defines Your Identity

If you’re really serious about finding a way to Google for constructing a profile to define who you are and how much you are worth to specific advertisers, then there’s not much opportunity but to avoid searching anything that could give Google or advertisers a clue about your identity.

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