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anarcho-queer:



Reasons to quit Google:
Last week, WikiLeaks blew the whistle on the global surveillance program called ‘Trapwire’. They also revealed that Google was offered a contract with Trapwire. 
A few months ago, Google admitted to helping craft the censorship bill, CISPA.
Google was fined $25,000 earlier this year for stealing private information from unprotected wifi connections.
How To Quit Google
1. Avoid using Google products
With Youtube, Picaso, Gmail and other products offered by Google, it may be hard for some Google addicts to abandon the web giant. Fortunately, we have a list of alternatives services.
2. Stop using Google’s web search
Google tracks your searches, before long, the web company will know you better than you know yourself. If you value your privacy, ditch Google for a search engine that doesn’t spy on you. The best web search that is comparable to Google’s ability and still protects your privacy is DuckDuckGo.com. The only downside is that you have to use Bing! or Google through an encrypted proxy to search images.
Add DuckDuckGo to your search bar:
Firefox/Safari
3. Stop letting Google passively track you on the web
The first step to doing this is to block their cookie which has an expiration of 30 YEARS. The best tool is an add-on called “Cookie Monster”. With Cookie Monster, you can block the Google cookie. If you must log into Youtube or Gmail, you can temporarily disable the add-on.
Firefox 
The next step is to block Google’s tracker, many sites have GoogleAnalytics/Adsense. The best way to block the tracker is to use another add-on called “Ghostery”. Ghostery not only blocks GoogleAnalytics/Adsense, it blocks every other offsite trackers, including Facebook and Twitter.
Firefox/Opera
Block all Google ads, this can be done by using the add-on, “Adblockplus”
Firefox/Opera

anarcho-queer:

Reasons to quit Google:

How To Quit Google

1. Avoid using Google products

With Youtube, Picaso, Gmail and other products offered by Google, it may be hard for some Google addicts to abandon the web giant. Fortunately, we have a list of alternatives services.

2. Stop using Google’s web search

Google tracks your searches, before long, the web company will know you better than you know yourself. If you value your privacy, ditch Google for a search engine that doesn’t spy on you. The best web search that is comparable to Google’s ability and still protects your privacy is DuckDuckGo.com. The only downside is that you have to use Bing! or Google through an encrypted proxy to search images.

Add DuckDuckGo to your search bar:

Firefox/Safari

3. Stop letting Google passively track you on the web

The first step to doing this is to block their cookie which has an expiration of 30 YEARS. The best tool is an add-on called “Cookie Monster”. With Cookie Monster, you can block the Google cookie. If you must log into Youtube or Gmail, you can temporarily disable the add-on.

Firefox

The next step is to block Google’s tracker, many sites have GoogleAnalytics/Adsense. The best way to block the tracker is to use another add-on called “Ghostery”. Ghostery not only blocks GoogleAnalytics/Adsense, it blocks every other offsite trackers, including Facebook and Twitter.

Firefox/Opera

Block all Google ads, this can be done by using the add-on, “Adblockplus”

Firefox/Opera

Closure

Woke up from a dream. It was all in my head nothing was real. Had I imagined all of it? Probably. 

Reblogged from sunkissed-and-inlove
Reblogged from watanafghanistan
watanafghanistan:

Herat, Afghanistan.

watanafghanistan:

Herat, Afghanistan.

Reblogged from afrique-du-nord
Reblogged from poeticislam
poeticislam:

 
A man who teaching his son reading Quran in one of the mosques in Muscat, Oman.
Taken by Hussain Al Bahrani

poeticislam:

A man who teaching his son reading Quran in one of the mosques in Muscat, Oman.

Taken by Hussain Al Bahrani

Reblogged from artchipel
artchipel:

Lila Limited - SLO Bay From Shell Beach
[more Lila Limited | artist found at uruouru]

artchipel:

Lila Limited - SLO Bay From Shell Beach

[more Lila Limited | artist found at uruouru]

Reblogged from lostiel

Reblogged from marine-science
the-blue-revolution:

the-blue-revolution:

A masked pufferfish, Arothron diadematus, by alinmiu on Flickr.

the-blue-revolution:

the-blue-revolution:

A masked pufferfish, Arothron diadematus, by alinmiu on Flickr.


(via marine-science)

Reblogged from kilele
kilele:

River scene in Senegal (unfortunately location is not given)
Photo by Yeryi (Sergio)

kilele:

River scene in Senegal (unfortunately location is not given)

Photo by Yeryi (Sergio)

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