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How to opt out of Google and protect your privacy: Move to remote village

Google Opt Out
Google may be the top search engine in the world, and it may collect a lot of data about you if you use its email, chat, photo, or video services. Heck, even if you've avoided every Google product, Google probably still knows a few things about you if you've ever done anything that might have possibly left a trail on the web.

But America's finest news source, The Onion, lets us know that Google has a new service that lets you opt out. All you have to do is click the opt-out button and a van will show up at your door and relocate you to a remote 22 acre village where you'll be expected to sever all contact with the outside world. Your home will be destroyed to protect your privacy.

You can check out The Onion's satirical video after the break. Sure, it's all a joke. But you know what? It does highlight just how difficult it is to stay off the grid in the age of the internet.

Tags: google, humor, opt-out, privacy

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