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From: dan_20407 at (DAN MORRILL)
Subject: Google Desktop Search

I hope you opted out,

Consent to Collect Non-Personal Information
Google Desktop Search may collect certain non-personally identifiable 
information that resides on your computer, including, without limitation, 
the number of searches you do and the time it takes to see your results. 
Unless you choose to opt out, either during installation or at any time 
after installation, non-personal information collected will be sent to 
Google. This information will be used by Google only for purposes of 
operating and improving future versions of Google Desktop Search and will 
not be disclosed to any third party or used for any purpose other than as 
described in this agreement. To learn more, please read the Privacy Policy 
located at

Ref provided by, makes for an 
interesting read.

>From: Dogo <>
>Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Google Desktop Search
>Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 05:42:26 -0700 (PDT)
>Hi everybody!
>I decided to test Google Desktop Search yesterday, 10-14-04. It's supposed 
>to seach almost any
>kind of information "inside my hard-drive". In the beginning I put my nick 
>to play with, Dogo. The
>research came with a bit more than I expected 'cause the engine  went to 
>some webmail based
>accounts: Yahoo and MSN. I could click in the results and opened my Yahoo 
>Mail inbox page without
>a password. Maybe some password lost in my HD? Maybe some page cached? I 
>really don't know yet but
>didn't like to see my mail exposed this way.
>Well, I just used for maybe 20 minutes until the index was being prepared. 
>I uninstalled the tool.
>Did someone try it? Any opinion?
>Do you Yahoo!?
>Declare Yourself - Register online to vote today!
>Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

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