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By default, I don't see any spot in the Google Apps Admin console where an administrator could see your searches. Buuut if you're using Google Apps and logging into the Chrome browser both at work and at home, an admin could Reset your password Log in to your PC or Chrome as you See all of your history in Chrome Of course, this would not be unnoticed by ...
Just like as mathematics. use bracket's to distinguish between two search items. (search_expression1) AND (search_expression2) OR (search_expression3)
https://history.google.com/history/ should say "Only you can see your history". No idea if there are some ways around it though, but without access to your account I'd be surprised. Google Search history can be turn off at https://history.google.com/history/settings?hl=en if you want to be extra sure.
I did a quick search (news.google.com) using both terms separately then played around with the boolean terms and this seems to merge the two results: (Russia AND LNG OR export) OR Uralkali
The OR functionality states that it is to be used for the following: The Boolean operator OR specifies alternatives to use as synonyms in search. Source So in this case wouldn't you want to search: LNG export Russia OR Uralkali That is what I think you want? Possibly even putting Uralkali in quotation marks.
Well these Ads seem to be coming from some extensions or plugins you are using for chrome, try searching for the same keyword on some other browser to make sure that these ads are not from google (most probably they are not from google).
Uninstall all the Toolbars and other similar softwares from your computer. You will find them under "Extensions" on Google Chrome, "Add Ons" in Mozilla Firefox and "Add or remove Programs" in control panel for Windows.
The 3 options are not specific to PDF: all links have them (except for cache which depends on availability): The Cached option sends you to the cached page, The Similar option performs a new related search for you, The Share option lets you do so on Google+.
It had been gone in redesign few months before you asked this question and most probably you had enough time to assure yourself it won't return ever. One mitigation would be adding those keywords from topic to search query text. The other could be limiting search down to particular publishing site with site:example.com/path stem, if you know that info in ...
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