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post #1 of 9
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Can any one explaine to me why when I searched my website on google. some of my chef talk comments came up on google for the public to read...

I don't know how i feel about it. Well, actualy i feel paranoid
Is there a way to avoid this from happening. Can I erase what is already on google.
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When I stop loving what I do, I will do something else: Clint Eastwood http://NewDreamCatering.comCharleston, SC
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post #2 of 9
The web is not and I repeat NOT a secure and private entity. Anything and everything you say is out there for everyone to read. What you say here at Chef Talk is not private by any means. Yes it does become the property of the site but that's where it all ends. Everything (and I do mean Everything) is recorded and analyzed. Even this post.:look:

It always tickles me to see folks boldly exclaim things or even take pictures and then post them on the web thinking that the people that subscribe to or are with-in their inner circle (on-line) are the only ones to see the content. I mean it's fine to say what ever you want just remember there are consequences to what you say. Saying something that implies or promotes an illegal or unlawful act (like those that talk about "lighting up a big fatty to wind down" is not covered under "Freedom of Speech". An opposing view point is covered under this but only up to the point that it becomes threatening or the opposer crosses the line and causes undue harm (physical or otherwise) to the person(s) they oppose. :beer:

Some opinions and content, no matter how strongly you feel about, are better left kept to one's self or at the least verbally stated to only those with-in your inner circle off line.;) So what's on google is there until............
post #3 of 9
Well Oldschool, if he didn't already feel paranoid then that oughta do it.

Funny, when I was younger I posted regularly on a classical musicians' forum. On my profile I had mentioned my violin teacher's name. He's a very famous guy so very often people would initiate conversations with me about what it was like to study with him and I would answer innocently and honestly. All those postings are on the web now and I meet people in the business who already know of me because of it. Good thing I never wrote anything false, or compromising to my character.

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"You are what you eat, so don't be fast, cheap, easy, or fake."

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post #4 of 9
Y'all know the number one professional philosophy of those in the intelligence business?

"Of course I'm paranoid. But am I paranoid enough?"

The fact is, in today's electronic age, there is nothing secret or private. Need proof? Just check with your school alumni office and see the kind of info they have on you.
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They have taken the oath of the brother in blood, in leavened bread and salt. Rudyard Kipling
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post #5 of 9
it is possible to "block" robots from searching a web site -

a file in the root directory "robots.txt" informs the web crawlers which directories / portions to search and index and which they shall not search / index.
presuming of course the robot / web crawler is following the rules . . .

most site do not restrict search engines - like,,,, what's the point? we're here for people to find....

it is not possible to block one poster's entries.
post #6 of 9
Two things to remember:

1. Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean somebody isn't watching you.

2. Someone that was on a blues forum that I was on, answered someone's else's public question as to whatever happened to "deltadoc"? She published my private, unlisted, unpublished telephone number that I'd had for over 25+ years. I can still google and find it for all the world to see. While she was chastized by many for doing it, I never spoke to her again.

Fortunately, the number is now "different" and is still unpublished and unlisted.

But don't let that dissuade anyone from emailing or PM'ing me! :)

doc
post #7 of 9
C'mon doc....just give us a hint to what it is.:D;):D
post #8 of 9
867-5309 :D Talk about making a phone number public, that song must have made that girl's life miserable.
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OMG - google search - WOW!

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