Providing SSL encryption for Google search keywords is a good idea. It is also possible to enhance the security and privacy of many users if Google would encrypt the URLs it displays for its cached web sites.Some users may prefer viewing cached web sites to reduce the chance of repressive governments, ISPs, and other potential eavesdropping entities from tracking their website visits.http://googcomments.blogspot.com
I agree with myronw about encrypted url for cached websites by default. And I would add an option to show non-uncrypted url to share with other people.
Timing of Google’s privacy improving announcements may partially be due to public relations spin, but that in no way negates the importance of this substantial step to help safeguard consumers’ privacy. Google should be congratulated. The question now is when will Microsoft and Yahoo! take this important step.-- John M. SimpsonConsumer advocateConsumer WatchdogInside Google
I think we can all agree that SSL Encryption searches on Google are a good idea. But how many of these https certificates can be trusted themselves, especially when they can be manipulated through Comodo for example or self-signed. Although this is not Googles issue, it is still a valuable point in their search results.
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