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Google tracks maximum privacy Data

According to a report published on Monday, Tech behemoth Google gathers maximum Data out of all the big tech organizations such as Apple, Twitter, Amazon, and Facebook.

According to a StockApps.com analysis, among the five major digital organizations, Google collects the most data on its users by tracking 39 sorts of private data for every user.

According to a statement from StockApps.com’s Edith Reads, most people do not have the time or patience to read lengthy privacy policies for every website they visit. Furthermore, it is highly unlikely that all the users will have a law background in order to understand privacy policies perfectly.

Also, users don’t have the time, patience, or enter to try and find out what information websites store and how they use it to their advantage. As a result, users permit Google to use all the Data they require by complying with the privacy policy terms, added Reads.

According to the report, Google dominates when it comes to tracking most of your data. This should not come as a surprise, since their entire business model is dependent on data. Twitter and Facebook both save more information than is required.

However, when it comes to Facebook, the majority of the Data stored by them is the info entered by the users. In terms of user privacy, Apple outperforms Amazon. Apple is the firm that is more concerned about privacy. It only stores the information required to maintain the accounts of users.

This is because Apple’s website unlike Google, Twitter, and Facebook is not dependent on advertising revenue, according to the report.

Each of these Data firms concentrates on a specific type of Data rather than the quantity of Data. Google gathers a broader range of information about individual users. Instead of using third-party trackers, the company relies on this data for targeted advertising.

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