Google Search privacy Google Search privacy smah (MIS) (OP) 12 Dec 09 09:38 For anyone interested, some interesting info & discussion related to privacy when using Google's search, FWIW. http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4037372.htmhttp://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2009/12/mozilla-exec-urges-firefox-users-ditch-google-for-bing.ars RE: Google Search privacy manhunter2826 (TechnicalUser) 14 Dec 09 07:55 Thanks smah. Yes, as the article suggest, Bing is better in terms of privacy, but when it comes to accuracy and quantity (quality?) of results does Google still reign supreme> RE: Google Search privacy manhunter2826 (TechnicalUser) 14 Dec 09 08:09 Second link seems like a very interesting read (if one has time). I do like the idea of a "GoogCookie Search & Destroy" as a Firefox add-on, as someone on there suggested. RE: Google Search privacy weberm (Programmer) 29 Dec 09 12:48 Quote (manhunter2826):Yes, as the article suggest, Bing is better in terms of privacy, but when it comes to accuracy and quantity (quality?) of results does Google still reign supreme.BING == But It's Not Google RE: Google Search privacy Sympology (MIS) 4 Jan 10 05:40 i'm finding it really depends more and more on what you search for.The amount of comparision sites e.g Kelko, Ciao are making it harder and harder to find what you want these days. Bing seems less prone to these (at the moment)Vuideo search is much better on Bing, but picture search Google is much better. Robert Wilensky: We've all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true. RE: Google Search privacy manhunter2826 (TechnicalUser) 4 Jan 10 09:56 Yes, I quite like Yahoo for picture and video search too. Often gives me alternatives (but same definitions) to what G provides.