LATEST: 1. Infowars 17 Aug. 2013Elliot Kember, a software developer, discovered that anybody who clicks on the Chrome settings icon can see all of the passwords on that computer if he or she goes to the show advanced settings and passwords and forms sections.
2. After having read the WSJ articles below, I deleted my Google Chrome browser- which I had used just once. Google asked me to give my reasons for it. And I gave the link of the first WSJ article below as my reason for quitting Google Chrome. Today, for the first time ever, after a visit to CFR´s “Foreign Affairs” via Firefox, the following announcement suddenly appeared in Danish (translated by me):

“Private browsing.
Firefox will not remember history for this window. In a private browsing-window, Firefox will not store information about which websites du have visited or  what you have looked for, which files you have downloaded nor what you have entered in forms. Nor will temporary cookies or temporary internet files be stored. Downloaded files and new book marks will, however,  be stored.
Close this window to conclude private browsing.
Even though this computer will not store information about where du have been, your internet service provider or employer will  still be able to follow  which sites you visit.”

Comment: Note the contradiction between the 2 emphasized (by me) phrases!
Here is probably why: “Google remains the default search engine in Firefox in most countries for three more years and ensuring that Mozilla has the money to continue to develop and improve its browser”.


Well, folks, ever since the end of the Cold War, forces have been unleashed that were tamped down for centuries by dictators, and that was complicated further by this little thing called the internet and the ability of people everywhere to communicate instantaneously and to have more information coming at them in one day than most people can process in months or a year. (John Kerry, US Secr. of State 13 Aug. 2013).


ZeroHedge 1 Aug. 2013, by Michele Catalano: Six agents from the joint terrorism task force knocked on my door. Googling for pressure cookers and a backpack was creating a perfect storm of terrorism profiling. Because somewhere out there, someone was watching and piecing together the things people do on the internet the red flag was raised when they saw our search history.
They searched our house and garden. 45 minutes later, they left. I felt a sense of creeping dread take over. They said they had about 100 such cases a week. What else had I looked up? This is where we are at. Where you have to watch every little thing you do because someone else is watching every little thing you do.

The Wall Street Journal 30 July 2013: The breadth of Google’s information gathering about Internet users rivals that of any single entity, government or corporate, continuing to expand its collection and analysis of data, turning its mission to index the world, its people and their interests into a roughly $50 billion-a-year advertising business.

What Google Knows_0

But there are signs Google is feeling increased pressure to calibrate how much emphasis it puts on user privacy.
The events stored include when people use Google’s Web and mobile-device services, long collected information about what individuals are privately searching for on the Web. It includes the videos they watch on YouTube, which gets more than one billion visitors a month; phone calls and messages they’ve made and received using Google Voice and through nearly one billion Google-powered Android smartphones or through Gmail, which has more than 425 million users.

If a user signs in to his or her Google account to use Gmail and other services, the information collected grows and is connected to the name associated with the account. Google can log information about the addresses of websites that person visits after doing Google searches.
Even if the person visits sites without first searching for them on Google, the company can collect many of the website addressesif  people are using Google’s Chrome Web browser visit or if they visit one of millions of sites that have pieces of Google code. Android-based phones and Google Maps can collect information about people’s location over time. Google also has credit-card information for more than 200million Android-device owners who have purchased mobile apps, digital books or music, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Google’s privacy policy puts few restrictions on how much it can collect or use.
Since 2011, Google has increasingly combined information about people’s use of Google services while they are signed in.
When a person isn’t signed in and uses Google’s Web-search engine, for instance, the search information is collected and tied to his or her IP address—a string of numbers associated with his or her computer—and a “cookie” data file stored on his or her Web browser for 9 months.

Wall Street Journal 31 July 2013: Go to the and you can have access to your account and see all Google knows about you. Especially if you use Gmail you will be surprised at the quantity of mails it has stored.


Do remember to log out - for all websites you visit while logged on will be registered.
Hackers will have a treasure trove here to use against you - not to mention that Google is passing your data on to the NSA - worldwide and here. Google gives you options to turn the collection off, or delete archived data. Access to all this information is password protected.

WSJ´s journalist, Tom Gara: Give them another ten years and they will paint a picture of our past day by day — of who we were — more detailed than any memory.
Maybe Google’s All Seeing Eye will eventually know things about us — patterns, gradual changes, small habits — that even we aren’t aware of.

Google is working for Big Brother who wants not only to know your thoughts an prevent “thought crimes” by brainwashing you thoroughly. He wants to punish you if you do not love him! So he is setting traps for you. One way to do this is to make laws against child pornography, plant such disgusting material on your computer by hacking or sending mails with attachments which enter your computer when you open them - and then jail you .

So, now the British government - with the help of a Chinese firm working for the Chinese government - is about to introduce such “pornography-legislation” from 2014 in the UK - as a forerunner for all of the EU.

Deutsche Wirtschaftsnachrichten 8. Aug. 2013: This a revolution from above.
Under the pretext of protection against child pornography a preset number of pages will be filtered out from normal traffic .
What is popularly established as “Pornwall”, by no means applies only to pornographic content. By secret proceedings pages are filtered out arbitrarily, if they do not fit a certain profile.

Under the pretext of protection against child pornography censorship is to be practised. The user will actively have to click that he does not want to have blocked the following contents:- Porn-content - extremist and terrorist contents - pages about anorexia or eating disorders - Suicide Sites - Alcohol - Smoking - Forums - esoteric material - sites, that annul filters. Few will click - and then such pages are filtered out.

Filters  are to be isolated which can be dangerous to the system. They want to make sure that only opinions can be pronounced that suits the book of the old elitists.

Extremist” means any system-critical blog. My advice: If you have Gmail - switch to another host. Always log off Gmails after having  logged in. Never open attachments - unless you know the sender.