__/ On Sunday 28 August 2005 09:34, [John Bokma] wrote : \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> __/ On Sunday 28 August 2005 06:28, [John Bokma] wrote : \__
>>> pcully@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>>> I know that Amazon's a9 search service is really cozy with Alexa
>>>> which is known for putting cookies on your computer and whatever and
>>>> can be removed with Spybot. But I have started to really like a9 and
>>>> I was wondering if it can cause Alexa spyware.
>>> cookies are used to store state between visits. They can be used to
>>> track you. But not all cookies are used to spy on you. And if so, why
>> Maybe the OP exploits A9's sideview of images and videos to search for
>> pr0n more effectively.
> Does it work better compared to:
Better? I doubt it. A9 is very slow, even on a 100Mbit connection. They must
be lacking the proxies that Google have, not to mention that A9 harvest
from Google, which means higher latency.
> Which is a keymark here, and no, I ask it because I look for scorpion
> pictures and such ... :-)
Does the scorpion wear a decent pair of pants at least?
>> gi 'scorption pictures and such' +pants -pr0n
Roy S. Schestowitz $> wget -r -erobots=off http://www.*