Maybe the Search Engine Is Too Powerful To Protect Privacy
I cannot believe that my father could use the search engine to detect what I am doing on the Internet. Please do remember, when he want to know what I have done, he could go to Google or Baidu, then type in "zhoubin5371" or zhoubin 1371", after that he could see exactly most part of my account in many websites, such as MSN Space, Douban, Baidu Zhidao, Sina Blog, etc.
I hope not, but it becomes true, which is that you cannot protect your privacy really on the Internet. On one hand, the search engine want to show their power to detect anything on it, supposed they are hawkshaw like Sherlock Holmes in morden times; on the other hand, some people enjoy the period of anonymous visit. It’s really some kind of ridiculous thing to express an opinion of I’m safe or I’m clear on the web dimension.
I do possibly consider that I need to change my ID, or even reset my privacy rules.