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December 26, 2010

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Jane M.

And what about personal data protection? I don't trust Desktop searches like that, because you never know which personal information they save! I only use desktop searches where I can be absoultely sure that my datas are only saved on my local computer! But that is just my opinon...I don't want to bash anything, I only wanted to mention my concerns!

Rick Georges

Google doesn't save searches in an identifiable form. And, the search of the local drive is just that - local. It doesn't take your data and send it to the cloud. Of course, many lawyers and others are now sending a lot of data to the cloud, via software as a service (SaaS) providers. Security is a myth anyway. What if somebody steals your computer?

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