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Google's database of search requests
Posted by Alice-Sofia on 2008-04-09 03:33:49
In reply to Erika Morphy
Google's practice to retain search requests indefinitely should be encouraged, not forbidden, because the resulting database might facilitate finding patterns of knoweldge creation within the infonetworks, therefore, advancement of supportive and other services. Probably, addition to the formal agreement ("terms of use") with those who use Google's service would eliminate legal concerns. As a researcher, I would be happy to find in my mailbox or at web page Google's daily references to the latest info which now I have to spend time to find.

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Re: EC Group Could Spur Search Privacy Sea Change  Erika Morphy  2008-04-09 03:21:40
Google's database of search requests  Alice-Sofia  2008-04-09 03:33:49
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When using a search engine, how often do you look beyond the first page of results?
Never -- There's always enough information on the first page to meet my needs.
Rarely -- There's usually enough on the first page, but sometimes I want to see more.
Occasionally -- If there are too many paid-for results, or if I don't find an answer on the first page.
Often -- Even if there's enough information on the first page, I like to know what else is available.
Always -- First page search results are rigged; I don't want to be limited to what an algorithm highlights.
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