The no-script add-on tells me that Google Analytics is blocked. This is apparently the case on 95% of sites, so pretty much every site nowadays has Google Analytics. I'm using a VPN to post this message (not Tor) so I have scripts enabled and Google Analytics is not blocked by No-Scripts. So what can Google Analytics learn about my browsing habits even though I have my ip address hidden with a VPN? I am starting to get creepied out by the amount of Big Data Google is conducting on its users. I still watch a crap tons of Youtube videos. Yes, I'm still a heavy user of Youtube, but I'm feeling a bit comfortable about Google Data Mining all of the Youtube videos I've watched. When I created my Youtube channel, I actually checked off the "Allow Google to personalize my account". Does this mean google can data-mine and build a profile of everything I do? If that's the case, I regret allowing google to personalize my Youtube account, because I don't like Google data-mining and building a profile of every freaking thing I do. The two "o"' s in Google symbolize omniscient eyes, which watch EVERYTHING you do. The two o's of Google represent the eyes of Big Brother watching EVERYTHING you do. Big Brother is everywhere, and there is nothing you can hide from him or her. The best you can do is create anonymous profiles on every site you use; refrain from posting any personal info on any site; and create a separate identify on every site you sign up for.