"Each time you use a search engine, you disclose something about yourself. And it tends to be more than just passing interests; your searches reveal your wants, needs, desires, and fears. Over time, you may unwittingly divulge your age, sex, religion, ethnic group, profession, political views and medical concerns.
That information can be exploited by its owners (ED: i.e. Google) to create dossiers on you that would make former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover look like a piker.
Scott Cleland's newly published book about GOOGLE -- "Search & Destroy, Why you can't trust Google, Inc." -- pulls back the curtain to show what's really going on with the Internet giant that is cozily in bed with Obama's White House.
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