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Just like with Google Public DNS data will be used to fine-tune profiles.


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When I first heard of it, I immediately dismissed it.  Google has a "private" subscription version of Gmail, too.

No idea how many services Google offers, thousands, I'd imagine.  They don't seem to advertize very thoroughly, rather they bombard you browsing.  I began blocking all things Google long ago.  On the occasions when I set up a new computer or whatever and am forced to use Google Search without an ad blocker I remember how awful it is (getting worse) and wonder why users put up with an ad server that provides a few search results thrown in for fun.  The Android version defines infinite scrolling.

Sorry for the diversion but I can't imagine their VPN being any more than an annoying client that sends you ads, forwards stupid notifications and collects data.  Avoiding Google is one of the top reasons I use VPN's.
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Would you tell me how to use the ad blocking extensions in Chrome? If I have to be in Chrome to do this I dont think it will be possible because I get totally bombarded with ads when in Chrome.

Any help will be appreciated. It seems like I did use ad blocking extensions once a few years ago but I cant remember how I did it.

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On 12/16/2020 at 5:12 PM, RaineyPass said:

Sorry for the diversion but I can't imagine their VPN being any more than an annoying client that sends you ads, forwards stupid notifications and collects data.

And on top of all giggles they expect you to pay for it.
On 12/16/2020 at 5:12 PM, RaineyPass said:

Avoiding Google is one of the top reasons I use VPN's.

Avoiding Google is like avoiding the pandemic :)
I don't know who told you Get a VPN and you will be safe from Google. You can't.

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On 2/28/2021 at 11:59 AM, Flx said:

Avoiding Google is like avoiding the pandemic :)


Yeah it's pretty much impossible these days. Even if you do somehow avoid all Google services, lots of other sites and apps are using Google Analytics (including server-side analytics, which you can't block client-side), and lots of companies use Google Cloud Platform for hosting.

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