Sep 272013
 
 September 27, 2013  Posted by  Business, Online

Danny Sullivan reports:

You probably didn’t notice, but this week, your searching activity on Google got a little safer from prying eyes. When you go to Google, it likely will transfer you automatically to its “encrypted” service, one designed to prevent potential “eavesdropping” on your searches. What’s not to like with that? Chiefly, a loophole Google has left in for its advertisers and a lost opportunity to get all sites to go secure.

Read more on CNET.

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