Google Desktop 3

By Deane Barker on February 9, 2006

Google’s newest search tool raises privacy concerns: Just sell your soul to Google now and get it over with.

Google Desktop 3, the latest version of software that helps users find files on personal computers, has a new feature that can track data from multiple PCs. To do that, it copies personal text files to Google servers, which eventually route them back to the PCs. Previous versions merely indexed files, without storing copies at Google.



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