Google Desktop Privacy Dangers Are Overblown
When the new Google Desktop was released, I was one of the first to warn about potential big time invasions of privacy because your data would be stored on Google servers. But, in fact, those fears are overblown while there's potential danger, it's relatively small.
It turns out that Google stores very little of your data on its servers, and what it stores generally stays there a very short amount of time. Networking Pipeline | Blog | Google Desktop Privacy Dangers Are Overblown
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