__/ [ John Bokma ] on Monday 07 August 2006 06:26 \__
> "AOL just released the logs of all searches done by 500,000 of their users
> over the course of three months earlier this year. That means that if you
> happened to be randomly chosen as one of these users, everything you
> searched for from March to May (2006) is now public information on the
> Possible download links:
> Note that the MD5SUM should be:
> "The md5 of the file AOL posted (and now removed) is
Yes, seen that just minutes ago... *smile* couldn't get through.
Yesterday Digg had a front-pager about Google's bad deeds, but it was flagged
as potentially inaccurate after a short time.
Look at the bright side, John. You can erase the cookies. And then hope that
Microsoft's WGA does not begin to distribute its IP address-timestamp
database. Big brothers are watching. be careful what you search for.
Scr00gle flush their logs every 48 hours.
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