In Google's words: "When using Google products, you generate data about your activity. For search, these information contains the terms…
In Google’s words: “When using Google products, you generate data about your activity. For search, these information contains the terms you are looking for, links you interact with, and other information like your current location when you search.” Previously, those looking at reviewing or managing their data have been navigated to their Google Account to make the same changes.
Google detected and fixed an error in March that allowed external developers access to about 500,000 users of Google+ users private info ̵
1; but chose not to reveal the revelation. The web giant claims it did because there was no evidence that the data was abused and it was not possible to know who was affected, so it did not consider it necessary to disclose.
However, an internal memo received by Wall Street Wall Street Journal noted that the disclosure of the error could lead to “we came to the spotlight next to or even instead of Facebook despite being under the radar through the Cambridge Analytica scandal. ” It is now in hot water with the congress, with legislators urging it to hand over more information about the event, and its decision to keep it calm.
And its opponent does not hold back. Apple CEO Tim Cook issued just a verbal verbal attack on the “data-industrial complex”, which he claims is “scrambling personal data”. Although he did not name any names, his jibs were clearly targeted at the rivals Google and Facebook. “Our own information – from everyday to deeply-personally – becomes a weapon against us with military efficiency,” warned Cook. “These scratches of data, each of which is harmless enough, are carefully composed, synthesized, traded and sold.”