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8 Things you should never google. (Scary).

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Google is incredibly useful, except when you can’t unsee the results. You should probably avoid searching for the following things.

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Our privacy is under attack, and that’s no longer a secret in the age of the internet. If you google your name, you will almost certainly come up with some unfavorable results. We take bad pictures of you, outdated information, and irrelevant content far too seriously. If you find something like this, you should delete it all. However, that is not an easy task. My advice: Don’t Google it.

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Rotten.com is one of those websites that contains extremely disturbing content. This website is not suitable for work and contains everything that should not be seen. It features extreme knife fights as well as other disturbing elements. Our recommendation is that you stay away from these types of websites.

3.

A website that can predict your death date!

I refuse to believe that a computer-generated random response death clock can correctly predict my death date. Even if it is correct, I don’t want to know the exact date of my death. Death clock claims to be able to accurately predict your death date. This can be very distracting psychologically, and you should never do anything like this.

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We’ve all seen movies involving child birth. Women yelling at each other, doctors attempting to calm them down – it all appears to be extremely stressful, even in a film. The actual process of giving birth, on the other hand, is a hundred times more upsetting. It’s especially dangerous to watch for women, and it may even discourage them from having children at all. So don’t even bother looking for it.

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On Google, there are numerous fake online banking websites. It is highly recommended that you do not use Google to find your bank’s online banking website unless you know the exact official URL. To stay safe, always enter the official URL of your bank’s online banking portal when accessing the site.

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Out of curiosity, you could look up “how to make a bomb” or “how to make amphetamines.” However, keep in mind that security and drug control services always track these types of searches, and your IP address could end up in a database like this.

You don’t want to get in trouble for being curious, do you?

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To be honest, you’re unlikely to find yourself here. Silk Road is a dark web website where you can buy and sell drugs, as well as hire a hitman to kill people on your behalf if the allegations are true. William Albrecht founded the first Silk Road, which advertised itself as an anonymous marketplace and was used to provide hidden services. As a result, users could browse anonymously. The FBI later seized the site, resulting in the creation of Silk Road 2.0, which was then shut down again. So, there is still a Silk Road, but you should avoid it at all costs.

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It is natural to look up your symptoms for a specific medical condition. However, you may be disappointed with what you discover. Some illnesses’ symptoms can be quite frightening. In some cases, they may not be fully aware of your illness. Finally, speaking with a medical professional is the best way to learn about your specific symptoms. Don’t expect Google to act as your personal doctor.

Pretty scare right now. Aren’t you? The feeling is mutual. I had to type where there are a lot of people.

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