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How to survive without Google in the era of excessive crime

Several weeks ago, the US police department in Minnesota was granted a unique warrant to collect and proceed Google search data related to ALL users from the city of Edina. Previously, similar warrants were provided to perform certain records’ search connected to a particular person in case of a seriously grounded investigation. Being so broad and powerful, the new warrant implies full freedom to penetrate into innocent people’s private lives through their Google search activity. Meanwhile, the Internet privacy experts suggest connecting via VPNs and/or using alternative search engines that keep your personal data relatively safe.

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