Google and users’ personal information
The world’s richest and most influential organization collects wealth through ads based on the pages that most users visit.
Google needs a lot of information to do this. Every action we take on our phones and other uses of the Google app has enriched the organization by providing information to Google.
Last December, Apple’s App Store released a notification that marked the information that each app collects and its interactions with each user in the store.
This includes everything from apps and launches to our location.
Google, which seems less surprised by Apple’s move, is slowing down to take action.
In addition to the nearly 1 billion people who use the Google app, it is estimated that there are more than sixty apps and nine billion other users of Google products.
It’s easy to imagine how much wealth Google can make using the data of nearly two billion people.
Gmail, Chrome, and Google’s search engine are some of the company’s most important applications in Google.
The information collected on each of our activities is the personal information of the users and in some cases it should be known only to the user.
Can a user decide this? Chrome setting allows a user to decide which information to collect from him or her.
On the other hand, you can use the turn off switch on the Chrome setting sync to keep your phone or computer running.
The most important thing you can do as a user is to adjust the Activity Controls.