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Google Changes – Must Read


Google is making some interesting privacy changes and I would suggest that you heed my warning if you use Google or any Google products (ex. Youtube). Read below to make sure that your browsing history does indeed stay anonymous. I’m sure another loophole will be created that will still allow them to spy but at least this is something to do right now. Get going and change your settings now!


How To Delete Your Google Web History Before March 1st

For the digitally-paranoid, here are instructions to delete your Google Web browsing history before the March 1st deadline, when Google’s new privacy settings go into effect.

Google initially changed its settings to streamline all of the rules across its different products, and, they argue, give users choice and control:

Others argue that it potentially allows user data on meetings, locations, and phone calls to easy to be shared across different platforms, which could allow people to draw associations that users don’t want made. Whether or not this could actually harm you is up for debate (and critics are yet to find a good example of where privacy has done this kind of harm). But, just in case, here’s how to delete your history

From DigitalJournal

1.Go to the Google homepage and sign into your account.
2. Click the dropdown menu next to your name in the upper-right hand corner of your screen.
3. Click accounts settings
4. Find the “Services section”
5. Under “Services” there is a sub-section that reads “View, enable, disable web history.” Click the link next to it that reads: “Go to Web History.”
6. Click on “Remove all Web History”

When you click on “Remove all Web History,” a message appears that says ” Web History is Paused.” What this means is that while Google will continue gathering and storing information about your web history it will make all data anonymous, that is, Google will not associate your Web History information with your online accounts and will therefore be unable to send you customized search results.”


How to Remove Your YouTube Viewing and Search History Before Google’s New Privacy Policy Takes Effect…privacy-policy

On March 1st, Google will implement its new, unified privacy policy, which will affect data Google has collected on you prior to March 1st as well as data it collects on you in the future. Earlier this week, we showed you how to delete your Google Web History in order to prevent Google from combining your Web History data with the data it has about you on its other products to provide you with personalized ads or suggestions across all of its products. You may also wish to delete your YouTube Viewing and Search History, which can reveal particularly sensitive information about you, including your location, interests, age, sexual orientation, religion, and health concerns.

The following steps will delete your viewing and search history on YouTube. If you have multiple YouTube accounts, you will have to complete these steps for each account.

1. Log in to your Google account.

2. Go to

3. Click on your icon.

4. Click “Video Manager”

5. Click “History”

6. Click “Clear all viewing history.”

7. Click “Pause viewing history.”

8. Click “Search History.”

9. Click “Clear all search history.”

10. Click “Pause search history.”

If you have multiple YouTube accounts, you will have to complete these steps for each account.

F You, Pay Me


Update on Issue with Lawyer:

I told you earlier how my lawyer is trying to cheat me out of my money. I’m owed a nice sum of money and they are still playing dumb. I decided to call up the debtor’s Trustee myself and got a print out of all the payments they cut me and mailed to my lawyer. It of course proves that the amount that I kept saying was missing was sent to my lawyer during the time frame I said checks were sent to them. I also received a copy of the back of one of the checks proving that my lawyer cashed it so it’s unacceptable to say they don’t know where it’s at.  I faxed all of that paperwork over along with the statement fraud and of course they called me back saying they are still looking into the situation. I never received  a callback before then. It’s bad when you have to threaten legal action on a law firm.

She kept insisting that if I was owed money, I would indeed recieve it….they just have to go through their books.  They are soo effing unorganized it’s terrible. First they tell me I’m not owed anymore checks and they don’t know anything about my deficient amount. Secondly, I have proof they forged my name on the front and cashed it so why isn’t there any documentation of this in their books? Why do I have to do the legwork to prove they owe me MY money? This is insane…..

Shady Law Firm


I stated in a previous post how a male friend of mine screwed me on my money. He basically stopped calling me after he couldn’t come up with the money so I hired a private collector. I decided to do some checking on my own and after checking the state court case system online, I saw he was getting sued and his home about to go into foreclosure. I saw an entry of Bankruptcy and the collector said that all collection actions have to cease now. I found out he filed a Chapter 13 (which is a repayment plan, not total liquidation) so I got a lawyer of my own so I could file a claim against him for the amount I was owed. I could have had his case thrown out due to fraud but that’s another story….

All of my payments are made by check from the Trustee’s office. They normally send these checks to my law firm. I received a small check at the end of April but the balance left that the Trustee had on the document was about $800 less than what I had actually received. The law firm sent me the small check so I called them about the larger one that was missing. They stated that they didn’t recognize the name on the check so they just deposited it into their accout. WTF is that about? That check was dated in November 2008, and the small check April 2009. Are they that disorganized or were they hoping I didn’t catch the mistake? Either way, the firm cut me a check from their account for the missing amount.

Fast forward to today…. I recieved two more checks and this time the balance the Trustee has is $290 less than what I’ve received. Somewhere between April and July there is a check missing. The law firm is just holding my shit and hoping I don’t catch it. I just sent a fax today so hopefully they get it straight. I’m quick to call someone out on fraud.  Once is an accident, twice is a problen. What about watching out for the little people?