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Customize Google: No Ads, No Google Cookies etc.
Quote: Originally Posted by PC World Magazine
If you're a big user of Google (and face it, who isn't?), you'll want to install this Firefox add-on. It customizes Google in just about any way you can imagine, and no doubt in many ways you've never imagined. For a starter, it will block Google's ads as well as Google analytic cookies, which some people believe invades their privacy. Additionally, it anonymizes your Google userid and lets you turn off "clicktracking."
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