You should know that most websites share your in-site search queries with third parties
If you are using a website’s internal search function, chances are good that your search terms are being leaked to third parties in some form, researchers with NortonLifeLock have found. They tested 512,701 of the top 1 million sites that had internal site search, and discovered that on 81.3% of them, search terms are not kept “private”. And, what’s more, most of those sites’ privacy policies will not explicitly say that these search terms will … More
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