Things You Don’t Want to See in Ads Later
You may have an odd question about diaper rash ointments for your friend’s baby, but if you Google it, good luck! Chances are, every time you open up a page online, there will be an ad for said diaper rash ointment for weeks to come. Speaking of the Internet, here’s how to increase your speed for faster browsing when searching for DIY projects!
Anything That’s Going to Embarrass You
We all have embarrassing inquiries, but if you’re concerned they could be used against you, say, in a political race, then it’s best not to search Google for it! Even if you permanently delete your search, you’re out of luck according to security experts Svea Eckert and Andreas Dewes, who managed to gather the online habits of some 3,000,000 German citizens without their knowledge, as well as the private web history of prominent public figures, including judges and politicians.
Besides that, you really don’t want ads popping up for those embarrassing inquiries, especially if your boss is lurking over your shoulder. Speaking of embarrassing things, would you be embarrassed to have these 23 toilet seat lids?! We would!