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The use of search engines is now ubiquitous. Whatever you want, start with Google or Yahoo or Ask. I wonder though, as we live in an increasingly paranoid and monitored culture how many people have now started rethinking their use of these tools for legitimate purposes because the terms they're interested in might look suspicious to someone.
If you read about the training I did for the Explorers last week, you may recall that we ran into a problem caused (we think) by the residue from tear gas or pepper spray (probably both) when the police used the training site not to far back. I was wondering if using dish soap and copious amounts of water would clean this and thought about doing a search for terms like "tear gas clean up" -- and then thought about just who might flag on a search term like that.
What about you? Do you hold off searching for odd things if you think it could raise eyebrows?
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la Soviet Union was broken because of the technological evolution, so that the
State of Supervision was no longer feasible. Seems, this time technology will
bring back that capability again, so that another culture may pick up a
"Supervisional Community". Thats scaring ....