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Wednesday, June 29, 2011


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Google does know where youe2€™re located based upon an IP adserds [numeric identifier specific to your computer and Internet service provider] so, while a tool bar or gmail account is certainly a factor, eventually it wone2€™t really matter whether youe2€™re logged into a personal Google account or not. With this information, they can track prior search history and determine what your future search results should be. If you search for e2€œjavae2€9d they can make assumptions about the intent of your search and that you are looking for coffee; whereas another persone2€™s previous search results may show theye2€™re looking for computer code.chris

Phillip Geurtz

I'd like to know more about the service, but everything I've read about it sounds good. Providing some things Facebook doesn't.

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