Saturday, August 12, 2006

yumpin yiminy


AOL recently published, then immediately retracted a large set of user search data. Users were identified by number, but any names or addresses were removed. Some reporters at Cnet.com dug into some of the details, and it was frightening what they found. I use Google 2 to 50 times nearly every day, for work and non-work issues. I can only guess what trail I've left behind over the years.

3 Comments:

Anonymous pat said...

It is scary to see so much data got leaked to the public. web database such as aolsearchlogs.com, notdelted.com provides the public a view into people's daily search activities

Saturday, 12 August, 2006  
Anonymous wrd said...

Sex on the Internet? Where?!

Thursday, 17 August, 2006  
Blogger Connie said...

Also see aolstalker.com. On the bottom is has the searches sorted by most popular. At the time i looked (sometime last week), the 3rd most popular user had my jaw on the floor. Wowza!!

Tuesday, 22 August, 2006  

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