Google, one of the most popular search engine on the internet which has become an essential part of everyone’s lives knows a lot of what you do and more about you than some of your closest family and friends.
Google knows exactly who you are, in short, your personal data is no more personal. Google collects every single information of yours and stores it in its cloud. It keeps track of every town, city and country you have been to how long you have spent there and exactly which place you end up visiting.
Google is also usually tracking how often you use your apps, when you use them, where you use them, and whom you use them to interact with. All of your text messages, which are not encrypted by default and even your photos (even in some cases the ones you’ve deleted).
From facial recognition to audio recordings and google search, Google is able to create a comprehensive correct profile about what makes you, you. Google probably has a pretty good idea of what you look like.
Between your contacts and conversations in Gmail and Hangouts and the appointments you make in Google Calendar, the company knows everything from who you’re talking with to when and where you’re seeing them.
When you search on Google, they keep your search history forever. This means they’re also trying to track wherever you go on the internet and whatever you do on your smartphone.
Google is not really a search company anymore, they’re a tracking company. They are tracking as much as they can. Earlier, Google who has been criticized for tracking users has acknowledged that users can be tracked for using its Search or Maps services, even if they turn off the phone’s tracking feature.
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