December 12, 2007
Ask.com Gives Users Control Over Search Data, Sort of, Mostly
Ask.com will allow its users to erase search data from their servers, with some exceptions. They include data turned over to 3rd parties as part of advertising deals, and information legally requested by the government as part of a law enforcement inquiry. The program is called AskEraser. Details are here. Here's a story on it in Ars Technica.
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