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How Have I Enslaved Myself With Google Passwords Service

-- By MotazArshied - 07 Oct 2019

When Google Convinced Me to Join The Course

passwords manager was introduced to help generating and retrieving our passwords, usually by storing those passwords in an encrypted database. If you use Google Chrome's Passwords Managers, as I shamefully do, then the way your passwords are being saved by Chrome is depending on whether you want to store and use them across devices. Turns out that is exactly what I chose to do in the past ands that is where the story of this course and I began:

After arriving in Manhattan Island, and just before the beginning of fall term, I decided to purchase a new, shiny MacBook. I left my old Lenovo on the desk, a device which I have been intensively using during the past few years, and went on to visit that famous glass cubicle building near Lincoln Center. When I returned with a heavy bag and a much lighter pocket, I started setting up my new device.

One of the earliest actions I took was to install Google Chrome Browser and log into my Google account. Post doing that, I prepared myself for the exhausting process of re-login into all of my other accounts and platform services (social media, student account, governmental and professional services, financial accounts and etc.). It is suffice to say that many of those accounts contain sensitive information, but Google went on anyway and automatically logged into all of those, retrieving my passwords and entering all of my information instantly. The morning after I joined the waitlist for this course, which luckily, I was eventually enrolled into.

Explaining Password Manager

"A password should contain at least one letter, one number, one special character..." and on and on it goes! We all been through this and it seems everyone created endless variations of personal passwords. Passwords manager seeks to put an end to this situation. It is a software relying on its users to store their credentials and sensitive information, to be retrieved later on when needed. Basically, it requires the user to remember one master password in order to decrypt the passwords manager database. The passwords manager stores full URLs next to the stored passwords and it does not log in automatically to those browsers, presumably out of creating another safety layer.

The Risks I Have Entered Myself Into

My Fundamental & Constitutional Rights of Privacy and Property Could Be Easily Violated

BRIEFLY: The Studies and Tests Preformed on Google Passwords Manager

Legal Remedies?

Reflecting Upon My Indifferent Behavior

Second Thoughts

Awareness Resolutions

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r4 - 09 Oct 2019 - 22:53:58 - MotazArshied
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