As Google and Yahoo! play Privacy Theatre, at least one search engine has realized your personal data is not a toy.The tricky part is that the movement in advertising is to geo location. No IP addresses, no geo information? I'm not a geek, so I don't know for sure, but . . . .
Today - aka Data Privacy Day 2009 - Netherlands-based search engine Ixquick told the world it will no longer log user IPs. In the past, the privacy-obsessed outfit stored IP addresses for only 48 hours, but it has now shunned the practice entirely."
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Google shamed by Low Countries search • The Register
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