A recent article in the Washington Post titled Online Search Engines Help Lift Cover of Privacy
The article offers alarming information such as "Search strings including "xls," or "cc," or "ssn" often brings up spread sheets, credit card numbers, and Social Security numbers linked to a customer list. Adding the word "total" in searches often pulls up financial spreadsheets totaling dollar figures. A hacker with enough time and experience recognizing sensitive content can find an alarming amount of supposedly private information."
Search engines can not be blamed for the ignorance of corporate America. Perhaps many large companies should learn about the internet before spending millions of dollars building it incorrectly.
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