What do you think of this?click hereGood idea, or waste of time?
Hang on, am I supposed to worry about what I search for or what?I use Google and most of the stuff I look for is rubbish really.I'm not sure if I should be concerned about another inculcation.
Perhaps the paranoid porn merchants and torrent download pirates might go for it.Even paranoid online banking users or credit card purchasers might go for it.Me? i'll stick with google.
Depends upon what you want to hide! I will continue with google, suits my needs and I really don't care who knows what I'm searching for.
I use Ask as well as Google,but haven't tried Askeraser,...its a good idea in principle,as the less the uninvited know about you the better,however,unless data can be completely erased its usefulness seems very limited
I'm a great believer in privacy, if you don't need to know, why should you know. If it becomes something that people want, Google and others will follow.
It's a waste of time.People want a search engine that searches for things, which is usually Google.'The information it destroys includes IP address, user ID and session ID along with the complete text of a query.'What does that mean to the average user? They neither know nor care. And what's a 'cookie'?I imagine its main appeal will be to those who use the Internet for 'less mundane' stuff.
Not in the slightest bit interested.
Unless someone can prove to me that them collecting such info could have a significant effect on me personally then I for one am in the same position as anskyber - not in the slightest bit interested.
I'm with Jak_1 — nowt to hide. Dull old life really...
Well at least I know what stimulated the latest poll; but other than that it has no impact.
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