Remember when the internet was just starting out and we had to physically print out directions to know where we were going? Now, with the advancement of technology, we can Google everything we want to know at all times of the day.
But as Spiderman says, "With great power comes great responsibility," and that same concept applies to Googling. While it can be awesome having a wealth of endless information at our fingertips, Googling certain topics, such as medical symptoms or legal issues, can lead to unneeded stress and privacy breaches.
Search engines can track and record your search queries, which could potentially be accessed by hackers or used by companies to bombard you with ads. In that spirit, here are eight things you should never Google — and why.