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Gmail was auotomaticlly loaded as home page. my privacy was compromised . gmail we sent to another account.

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    In setting a gmail account it ask for a mobil phone number. I don't have one. Can I use a home phone?

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1) u have to open Internet exploner.thn u c TOOLS on menu bar "click" on thn "internet option".an other small window open thn on ther top a link is highlighted with blue colour.in that box u can change ur home page.u can set ur home pager what is ur desired website.

2) U are hacked.u hav to refresh ur window intanly.fresh u have to formate ur drive on which window is installed.thn chage ur Google ID password.

3) Google is unsafe as compare to Yahoo and Hotmail and other messengers

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You can authorize or block certain websites from accessing your Google and Gmail accounts. Sign in to your Google account and click "My Account," and then click "Authorizing Applications & Sites" to see and edit the list of sites that have access to your information.
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