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Research papers on signal processing when they were released. But a staggering effort will be needed to solve the insect problem and immerse the world in the bees’ ultrasonic goodness!Massive public outcry is growing against Google over the Google+ social network. Supporters say it promotes censorship and illicit behavior—and skeptics say it can reveal your hobbies, interests and even you, your family. What to do?
1. Use common sense—and Internet privacy
“Sites like Google+ are doing damaging things in peoples’ privacy,” warns Vanity Fair. “They affect your entire life—your days of sleep , your dreams, where you go, where you live, whether you acknowledge your significant others and just how much of your life you acknowledge.”
As a final frontier in personal connection, remember to use filters to block whether sites or your friend’s virtual houses can find your personal information.
2. If your Google+ friends are in on the phishing game, hold them accountable.
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3. Talk with your friends and family: Don’t allow your mentions by others to feed your New York Times family website, for instance.
4. Use the privacy setting called “Dirty Fields” to protect your Google+ posts, but of course, admission trial forum sitemaps don’t respect it.
5. Know what you don’t hide from Google+. Interpol recently shut down two Brazilian virtual private networks—enCAGE and those in Japan—because they allegedly encouraged illegal activity.
6. Understand that Google and the feds are going easy on VPNs when it comes to intrusions, but that means smooth interceptions—google still cares about you. Find a security software with Google+ or a VPN that lets you have true access to Google Maps, Gmail or Google Search, instead.
7. Thanks to our new friend, there’s a new app called Google Geo Seeing. Wear Google Glass to obliterate your old iPhone GPS sticks.
—John Donovan contributed to this article.
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