Google service remembers every search.

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Google Inc. is experimenting with a new feature that enables users of its online search engine to see all of their past search requests and results, creating a computer "peephole" that could prove helpful as well as embarrassing.

Activating Google's "My Search History" service requires users to create a personal login with a password. After the user logs in, Google will provide a detailed look at all of his or her past search activity,. Users will be able to pinpoint a search conducted on a particular day, using a calendar that is displayed on the history page. The service sometimes will point out a past search result related to a new search request.

While this service may be helpful to some, privacy rights experts worry it will make it easier for identity thieves, snoops, and perhaps even the government to get their hands on a user's entire search...

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