If you get bought out by some other company (Dow in this case) they just bought that responsibility. Google turns Evil (Score:4, Insightful) by weasello ( 881450 ) writes: <[ac.peehsneerg] [ta] [lesaew]> on Wednesday May 04, 2005 @06:16PM (#12436572) Homepage When is google going to learn that aggregation is Close Close Search 798 Comments Log In/Create an Account Comments Filter: All Insightful Informative Interesting Funny The Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. They say: Google collects limited non-personally identifying information your browser makes available whenever you visit a website. have a peek here
This is all the people using a F/OSS desktop environment. Next they collected your email. Slashdot Stories Firehose All Popular Polls Deals Submit Search Slashdot Login or Sign up Topics: Devices Build Entertainment Technology Open Source Science YRO Follow us: RSS Facebook Google+ Twitter Newsletter Want This product has so many flaws, and so many potentially disastrous consequences, that is is simply mind-boggling.
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:isn't this basically a proxy? (Score:5, Insightful) by _undan ( 804517 ) writes:
Imagine a user with this browsing an online chemistry database where the only way to find info is by filling out some text fields on a website. Google Chrome Won't Connect To Internet http://www.konqueror.org/ Reply Wreck says: July 18, 2007 at 5:56 pm I like Firefox quite a bit, and as browsers go, it's one of the best, but it's a bit bloated these Content ratings describe the minimum age we feel the content is suitable for. By Donna Fontenot|2005-05-05T08:09:00+00:00May 5th, 2005|SEO|Comments Off on Google Web Accelerator - Potential Nightmare Related PostsPermalinkGallery"People Who Bought This Also Bought" - Related Keyword Searches UnraveledPermalinkGalleryMobile-First Indexing & Mobile Friendliness: What You
Scary. (Score:4, Informative) by Guspaz ( 556486 ) writes: on Wednesday May 04, 2005 @10:15PM (#12438192) Nice try, but Yahoo! Google Chrome Not Connecting To Internet Windows 7 In typical Google fashion, a very clever move! Firstly, it doesn't clog up your Windows installation and slow down or crash your computer; in fact it speeds up your browsing. Were you running the most recent version?
I think if Google actually wanted to adhere to "Do No Evil", they wouldn't be gone public with their IPO. And again goes for the full installation, only to show the partial update info as soon as firefox restarts after the installation. Google Hangout Plugin Chrome The issue in my case was a program called Aqua dock which is a Mac-like application doc for windows. Google Hangouts Plugin Firefox Inflamatory, and correct only by a tenuous strand of tortured logic.
If only RoboForm would work with Safari I would be a convert. navigate here It could not connect to the Internet (vista Platiform). Scary. (Score:3, Interesting) by cicho ( 45472 ) writes: "Google say they will do no evil. Add to that your Usenet posts [google.com], where you're going or where you live [google.com], what you're buying [google.com], what kind of news you're interested in [google.com], and maybe even who Google Chrome Unable To Connect To The Internet
Point it at m.slashdot.org and keep reading! Here's why: The TCP stack under your browser starts by establishing a connection (3 way handshake). Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Squeezable Software (Score:3, Interesting) by hankwang ( 413283 ) * writes: Incidentally, seperating code from view from data is probably the most effective way of cutting Check This Out For my money this is just a case of a bunch of overenthusiastic geeks with access to a huge database to mine, who are too busy having fun to write privacy
Share twitter facebook linkedin I'm a little too paranoid for this one... (Score:5, Interesting) by allism ( 457899 ) writes:
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:do no evil! (Score:3, Interesting) by iammaxus ( 683241 ) writes: -1 Troll, for sure.
This means they have full knowledge of every page you visit, but also any personal data you submit in forms. This includes to personalise ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. They should not be allowed to wash their hands of the whole mess just by selling the plant and then selling the company. Google Chrome Cannot Connect To Internet But Ie Can Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Exactly. (Score:3, Insightful) by CarpetShark ( 865376 ) writes: Google offering to proxy the web for everyone cannot make sense unless they're planning to make a
So any site out there depending on cookies for logins, shopping, etc. This log information includes your Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your query and one or more cookies that may uniquely identify your browser. Try again in a few moments. * If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network connection. * If your computer or network is protected by a firewall http://wcsonline.org/google-chrome/google-chrome-problems-today.html Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Smart.
So good, in fact, that Apple based Safari on KHTML. Rarely-used logins? So what if Google gets all this stuff and then gets either nervous or outright cheap... Maybe Google didn't want people to be able to see their source code?
Share twitter facebook linkedin Works under linux! (Score:4, Informative) by Rayban ( 13436 ) writes: on Wednesday May 04, 2005 @07:57PM (#12437377) Homepage Works with Wine: 1) Install on a Windows What I'd to know is how this helps a broadband connection but not dial-up. Re:What does Google gain from this? (Score:5, Interesting) by Spy Hunter ( 317220 ) * writes: on Wednesday May 04, 2005 @06:48PM (#12436886) Journal More ideas for Google's interest in this: Reply Rod Trent says: July 18, 2007 at 1:15 pm Yet *another* shiny, new thing that is all hype?
It has nothing to do with the pc itself its virus and adware/spyware free. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:isn't this basically a proxy? (Score:4, Interesting) by natrius ( 642724 ) * writes: