The majority of us are used to ‘Googling' responses to questions we don't understand, and Google provides instant access to nearly all of the world's information. However, just because you have the ability to check for something does not mean you should. Because of the explosive rise in smartphone searches, Google has become an indispensable part of our lives. There are, however, a number of things you can never Google. Strange images, frightening videos, strange facts, and your connections are among them.
The following are 12 things you should never Google:
1. Smoker’s lungs
Smoking is known to be harmful to your health, especially your lungs. Images of heavy smokers' irregular lungs abound on the internet, which you might misinterpret and freak out about. However, if you are a heavy smoker who has been trying to quit for years, a look at the images of the smoker's lungs might be just what you need.
2. Mr. Hands
Mr. Hands might sound like a science fiction character, but don't look it up on Google. Kenneth Pinyan, a former Boeing engineer who died in 2005, was known as Mr. Hands. The video of Pinyan getting séx with a horse may be among the search results. Kenneth Pinyan died from anál séx from the horse, which punctured his colon severely. The state of Washington passed a bill prohibiting sex with animals after the incident, which was videotaped by Pinyan's friend.
3. Dangerous animals
If you don't want to develop new phobias, stay away from such a list because looking for photos of dangerous animals on Google is not for the faint of heart. Snakes, crocodiles, golden poison frogs, and other animals can trigger a new phobia in you. Furthermore, such a fear may prevent you from traveling. Isn't that something you don't want to happen?
4. Your favorite food
This is one of the things you can never look up on the internet. You'll get hungry just looking at the appetizing pictures of your special meal. Some people have a habit of Googling their favorite food followed by the word "Cancer." You'll almost certainly come across at least one search result that links your favorite food to cancer if you do this. We don't want you to get too worked up.
5. Your deepest insecurities
It's been said that Google and Facebook know more about you than you do. Searching for your deepest fears gives Google and its advertisers more detail about you. They take advantage of your fears to sell you goods and services after gathering more knowledge. Even though it does not seem to be a big deal to you. However, seeing advertisements for products that make you feel bad for yourself all over the internet is not a positive thing.
6. Medical or drug information
According to Google, advertisers are prohibited from showing you advertisements based on personal details such as your health or religious beliefs. However, when it comes to user security and privacy, Google does not have the greatest track record. It also saves your search results, associates them with your Google account or IP address, and displays advertisements across all of its goods and services. Numerous experts have discovered that using Google to look up medical and drug information presents a direct threat to your privacy.
7. Your symptoms
If you have a medical problem, see a real doctor rather than relying on Google for details. Many websites specialize in this type of information, and the vast majority of them are not run by medical professionals. Some people study their symptoms for hours in order to convince themselves that they have cancer or another rare illness. If you have a medical problem, don't turn to "Doctor Google." Instead, make an appointment with a real doctor.
8. Any illegal activity
Searching for words like 'how to make amphetamines' or 'how to get away with murder' might land you in hot water. It doesn't matter if you're just an inquisitive adolescent seeking to broaden your horizons with no malicious intent. The protection and drug control systems keep track of searches for questionable words. A family in the United States searched for the words "pressure cooker bomb" and another member of the same family searched for "backpack" a few years ago. Local officials were soon knocking on their gates. Do you want to get into trouble because of your inquisitiveness?
The less you know about anything, the better you sleep. There are many different forms of this disease in the world, and the majority of them share symptoms with many other harmless conditions. Since most people experience dizziness, fatigue, nausea, and other symptoms, you can confuse something else for cancer, causing you to panic.
10. Bedbug infestation
You've probably heard about these teeny-tiny creatures, particularly from hotel reviews. And it's quite likely that some of you have been harmed by them. Have you ever considered the appearance of a bedbug infestation? If you want to have a good night's sleep, please don't look it up.
11. Skin condition
There are many diseases that affect the skin, and the majority of them are unsightly. For some reason, you can find pictures of almost all of them on the internet. However, since this type of material can be extremely upsetting, it's much easier to remain unaware in this situation.
12. Your name
Our privacy has been called into question in the internet age, and it's no secret. If you try to google your name, you will almost certainly come up with some horrifying results. Some people can take things like bad images of you, obsolete records, or irrelevant material much too seriously. They'll want to erase everything if they see anything like this. Nonetheless, that is not a simple task. We should probably take it easy, or just don't google it.
13. Giving birth
None of us can claim to have never seen those scenes in a film. Doctors attempt to calm the women down as they yell. And in film, it all seems to be overwhelming. However, the actual process of giving birth is more distressing. It's extremely dangerous for a woman to watch, and it might even make her reconsider having children. I recommend that you do not even attempt to look for this. This is true for Caesarians as well.
14. Do not Google online banking website
On Google, you'll find a plethora of fake online banking pages. It is strongly advised against using Google to locate your bank's online banking website unless you know the exact official URL. Always use the official URL of your bank's online banking portal to access the site to ensure your security. This is because the odds of you entering your bank's login ID and password on a website that appears to be the bank's official website but is actually a hacking site increase dramatically.
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