In this day and age, when there is quite a lot of applications and softwares available to ensure your privacy, your data is still not “private”. Yes, the tech giant GOOGLE has access to anything that you have stored on your google drives or downloaded from google chrome. You might think that you are the only one with access to your very own personal data but in reality you have a secret partner as well who keeps an eye on your data. While you search for anything on your google browser, it gives you certain related suggestions and as soon as you open any one of those or even if you write your own query, information goes to the google servers before the results are displayed on your screen. In case if you are using more than one browser, there are certain bookmarks and other documents that are synchronized between the browsers and with the google servers as well. In this way all of you are unknowingly sharing your browsing data with google, even if you delete all your browsing history once you are done. Thus one can say that all the private data of a person is actually not so private.
Infographic source: TheOneSpy
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