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While most of us were hurrying to turn off Twitter’s new email digests, the company announced they would begin suggesting new people and brands to follow based on your Twitter activity. The trouble is, by “activity,” they mean your friends, followers, and even where you go on the web once you leave Twitter.

Via Lifehacker

It only takes half a second for Google to return a search based on keywords you type in, but there’s a whole lot more happening behind the scenes to give you the results you need. Google launched a video that explains the science behind how the massive search engine actually works.

Via Mashable

It’s no secret that there’s big money to be made in violating your privacy. Companies will pay big bucks to learn more about you, and service providers on the web are eager to get their hands on as much information about you as possible.

Via Lifehacker

In lieu of a first-person interaction, first impressions on the Web stem directly from the initial customer experience on your website, social channels, or online conversations reviewing your service in communities or forums.

Navigated from Inc.

On March 1st, Google will implement its new, unified privacy policy, which will affect data Google has collected on you prior to March 1st as well as data it collects on you in the future. If you want to keep Google from combining your Web History with the data they have gathered about you in their other products, such as YouTube or Google Plus, you may want to remove all items from your Web History and stop your Web History from being recorded in the future.

Via Gizmodo

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Lightning may contribute to the onset of headaches and migraines, a new study says.

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