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with such requests?Yes, Google should be responsible for modifying its search results in response to our individual requests. If someone genuinely doesn’t want Google to modify their searchresults at home, their should be an option that users can choose, when they first set up their computer. There should be limits to the resources Google can use such as social security numbers, birth dates, and even our full names I would say to ensure our identify is protected.5.If you were a Google executive, how would you balance the privacy rights of the individual with the public's interest in to know and the right to distribute information?If I were a Google executive, I would implement an algorithm to limit the power Google has especially with our smartphones. For example, when we talk about shoes, or perfume to our friend and then we open our computers to find an ad for perfumes. This is unacceptable and creepy. Another example is when Google sends me a monthly email of where I’ve been in the past month, literally displaying my exact locations, time and date. I would stop this as well, unless requested by an individual.