CIO Lev Gonick talks search engine privacy changes

Search engines like Google are invading our privacy, users say

The Plain Dealer: A recent study found that 73 percent of search engine users consider it an invasion of privacy when sites collect information about them and their search history. But unless search information is misused, said Chief Information Officer Lev Gonick, “I expect that our level of discomfort will be generally evolve toward greater comfort with Google (and Bing, Yahoo) in the years ahead.”