Re:it's a geographic location! Score: 4 , Interesting. Actually, it IS a geographic location in Norway : It is 1. More info here. Re:Killing wives? Score: 4 , Informative.
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Did you even read the link? Whoever this user was, he wasn't writing a play. And the point here is the possible implications of these logs being released in a place like America, whether this guy is planning on killing his wife, a sick freak, or having a joke - should the logs really be released for all to read and make their own minds up? His last search history is as follows, if he is writing a screen play, I don't want to see it! I don't know why, but this just makes me giggle: how to kill your wife how to kill your wife wife killer how to kill a wife poop dead people pictures of dead people killed people dead pictures dead pictures dead pictures I just love the random poopsearch that pops up out of nowhere.
That's no random search! Looks like he's looking at pictures related pictures so the shock of seeing the aftermath isn't as great. And we all know what the last thing a person does before they die is Steak and cheese!? This man is clearly going to commit murder then suicide via hardening of the arteries. What if he's searching for a story Score: 4 , Insightful.
I hate to break it to you, but there are a ton of stories out there dealing with morbid topics. Either seriously e. And especially pay attention to the last alternative: there are a lot of stories and sites that are just supposed to be obviously humorous, not actually to be a DYI guide to the subject in their title. Unless they're writing a story involving a stereotypical Evil Overlord. So how do you know if that guy didn't google for the title of such a story?
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Or for some random phrase he remembered from one? What if I googled for that? Remember, I don't know the title of the play any more, so I can't just google for that. Not that it would make it any better, because the title IIRC was something about an unpaid assassin. The whole thing didn't even make much sense, other than maybe as a metaphor for something or another. It's an absurdist play, so don't ask me for what it was a metaphor. It contained such gems as the everyman hero asking a police officer something to the effect of "and didn't you send cops to get him?
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I guess it wouldn't be absurdist if it did. So if I tried googling for that play on the net, would you use your amazing deductive powers to conclude that I'm looking for a hitmal willing to do some pro-bono work? Maybe to whack-off some colonel? Re:What if he's searching for a story Score: 5 , Funny. I thought he was looking for help with murder, not suicide.
I don't think we can afford to just assume that they were looking for the lyrics to an REM song. I think we have to assume they were trying to aquire or build WMD's and I think that means we have to destroy their entire country. They might have even been trying to download copyrighted material.
The only way to be sure is to take em' out. The price of liberty is eternal vigilence.
The price of not being "us" is apparently that odd invasion every now and again. In the immortal words of George W. Obviously Score: 2. Sure looks like lyrics to me. Wow Score: 3 , Interesting. Since most people search for their own name, this really isn't very private. I imagine law enforcement may use this to track AOL users. I wonder what the legal implications are Eh, not always Score: 2. Even when said offspring is in his mid's and living half a continent away.
Since she's the stalker kind of parent who st. Hopefully Google takes note Score: 5 , Funny. I hope that Google will now mark aol. This just in Score: 4 , Interesting.
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A friend of mine downloaded this dataset. A teacher's credit union employee was searching for sexy underwear, how best to conduct a relationship with a co-worker, and have sex in a pickup. Just before that, she was searching for cars. And appears to have cancer as well, or lives with someone with cancer.
Maybe it's her sick husband. I wonder if that demonstrates why someone wouldn't want their Google searches or AOL info to make it into the public realm. AOL is obviously a bastion of consumer rights. Re:Funniest thing so far Score: 2. It's not very hard to link the data with the employee, or let someone who might want to link it, do that. Re:Funniest thing so far Score: 5 , Informative.
Why were you ever under the delusion that aggrigate data about your searches would be kept private. AOL will only share your AOL Member information with third parties to provide products and services you have requested, or when we have your consent. Re:Funniest thing so far Score: 3 , Funny.
What's your point? I'm both a third party and willing to offer her sex in a pickup. Re:Funniest thing so far Score: 5 , Insightful.
Keep reading. Get down to the part about AOL Search, which has additional privacy terms. It is implied that they have your consent unless you opt out of the data collection. Re:Funniest thing so far Score: 3 , Insightful. Also keep in mind that this data is transmitted in plain text over the public network.
I continue to maintain that you have to be delusional or uninformed if you consider that data to be private, regardless of whether AOL says they are keeping it private or not. By your argument practically all internet users are uninformed.