Over on Google Lets Users View Search Histories Pam Dixon (apparently a privacy rights expert) is quoted as saying:
"It's really a bad idea," said Dixon, executive director of the World Privacy Forum. "If you need to keep track of your past searches, I recommend using a notebook. It would be a lot more private and a lot less risky."
A notebook?!?! Pen and paper?! Are you f*#king kidding me?
Maybe Pam is just a lot better at copying down URLs than the rest of the word. But I'll be using computers to save my searches.
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