Thursday, February 04, 2021

How To Hide Your Browsing From Google

 


There are a bunch of solutions out there (VPN, Tor, DuckDuckGo etc) that claim they can hide your browsing from Google.

Here is the truth....while they are all good products, they don't hide your browsing from Google.

Google has some type of their script on almost EVERY website. (Analytics, Ads, Maps, Youtube, reCAPTCHA etc).

So when you visit a site, Google can identify you by your computer. It doesn't matter if you used a private search engine, a VPN or a private browser.

To see how many Google Trackers are on a website, visit PageXray.

There you can see just how many Google trackers are on a site.

You can test to see if Google is able to track you online with this simple test. Try this with your VPN, Tor or Brave browser.

Go to Google Images

Click the camera icon.

 

Then click upload an image, then click browse.

 

If it opened your computer, that means Google is able to see and basically touch your computer on every site they have script on.

 In order to hide your browsing from Google, the browser cannot run on your device, but in the cloud...a cloud browser or a virtual private browser.

Google will still be able to track this browsing, but they will tracking a server, and NOT YOUR COMPUTER.

So every search, on every search engine,  is private. Every site you visit you will be anonymous.

When you want to be completely anonymous and virus free on the Web, get the ONLY virtual private browser.

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Gamestop Is The New "Game" For Investing..Who Is Next?

 A subreddit called WallStreetBets is having their way with 2 GameStop short sellers.

The short selling community is sweating bullets wondering what stock this group will target next.

If I was this group I would be looking not only at highest percentage shorted stocks but any stock that has been crushed by illegal naked short selling.

WallStreetBets should look at this one that has a HUGE naked short interest.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

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Saturday, January 23, 2021

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Monday, August 17, 2020

Google Wants To Have Revenue Cake And Eat Privacy Too

 

A landmark Australian proposal would make Google pay for news content, and threaten their free search services in the country,

Google organizes the world's info (actually OTHER PEOPLE'S content) and makes it searchable for free but generates revenue with the ads along side other people's content AND by offering analytics on that traffic.

From Google rep, "would force us to provide you with a dramatically worse Google Search and YouTube, could lead to your data being handed over to big news businesses".

Shouldn't the content owner be able to see who is viewing their content?

Is this part of Google's 1st party cookie plot to own ALL of the traffic data?

Does Google have the ability to influence the ads on other sites? If the NY Post story has one ad framework, if the traffic comes from Google Search/News does that allow them to change what ads are seen?


Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Mozilla Lays Off 250 And Prays That Google Keeps Them Alive In October

  

 

Mozilla Corporation, the company behind the Firefox browser, plans to lay off around 250 employees as soon as Tuesday, according to an email sent to staff and a blog post from the company.

Let's face it, Mozilla is COMPLETELY dependent on Google, their biggest competitor and they are at their mercy when it comes to generating ANY substantial revenue.

In 2018, $430m of their $451m total revenue came from royalties from Google.

 Their contract with Google runs out in November. Perhaps these layoffs mean they are planning for a much smaller check this year.

Mozilla's problem is their management..period.

The pilot and copilot have NO CLUE as to what people want when it comes to online privacy. They are so far behind the online privacy curve in offering new technology and are merely playing the "me too" game.

 They introduced their VPN after every other player in the game had come out with one and people have now locked in "lifetime subscriptions".

It is also a bit of hypocrisy to advertise new "privacy" features" when the user's data is still being shared with the largest data gathering player.

Mozilla is still thinking of how to ADD new things to the computer to deliver privacy when it is REMOVING the computer from the browsing session that will ultimately deliver complete online anonymity.

Google won't let Mozilla die as they need to show they have a "competitor", albeit a fox who's leg is caught in the Google trap..