Originally Posted by talksense101
Here is the list of security fixes and patches to Google chrome + the fact that you expose your location and browsing data to Google.
Yea Google has a reason for it's browsers security, it comes at the cost of your privacy. What little we have.
But then having Safari's "Google Fraudulent Web Site" enabled in preferences does the same thing or using WOT plugin or enabling the Check for Web forgeries/attack sites in Firefox preferences.
Also using Google Search logs your search terms and IP address for later retrieval.
IP location can be done by anyone very easily.
Then of course all the web bugs, trackers, Flash cookies, java history and internal IP sniffing that people don't see when they surf.
Not to mention the logs kept by the ISP's and kept for years and years. The NSA back rooms off the AT&T internet backbone...back doors in routers, printouts with coded light yellow colored dots...iPhone hacks...
Privacy? there is NONE!
How else can they know that 116,000 search for ch*ld pR*n occur each day?
Should be rather easy to find the sickos in the world and round them up.
Or anti-government dissidents for that matter.
Google "Do no evil" (But we provide the info to those who do.