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De-Googling is more mainstream now

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Filed under: internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 23.05

3 Responses to ‘De-Googling is more mainstream now’

  1. Mike Riversdale says:

    I don’t particularly thing your “warnings” are such, but more opinion pieces. And you’re welcome to your opinion but that’s not to say everyone has to agree or follow suit

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Opinion is, ‘Facebook is evil,’ warning is, ‘Facebook has a bot problem, beware.’ I regularly find myself saying, ‘I told you so,’ two to three years afterwards when the penny begins dropping. Now, you mightn’t choose to heed my ‘opinion’ and that is your choice—but don’t say I didn’t ‘warn’ you!

  3. […]    But I dislike Google’s tracking as much as Facebook’s, and since I have de-Googled everywhere else (one of the last is shown below), then I’d like to get rid of the remaining […]

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