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Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village

The power of information, and misinformation, is immense. Google provides access to a vortex of data, images and videos with the press of a button (particularly when a user is “feeling lucky”). With the Internet age comes major concerns about privacy. What people find out about you on the Internet could influence whether you get that scholarship or government grant. It could be the reason why you’re turned down for health insurance. It could even be why you attract Facebook stalkers. In any case, there may be a way out of this unstoppable exposition of your personal life: move to a remote village. The Onion News Network reports:


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