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GOOGLE PRIVACY POLICY

At the beginning of the month you may have been aware of the introduction of the Google privacy policy. There was much speculation and critics were warning that this could be the start of something unlawful. However, Google has only made things easier and more relevant for its customers.

The global giants got rid of nearly 60 privacy policies and changed it to one privacy policy that was easy to read and understand. This privacy policy would be followed over a range of products and services. The aim was to allow customers to have a more ‘streamlined experience’. The privacy policy is shorter concise and more easy to follow. So why is it being heavily criticised?

There has been much debate about the new privacy policy breaking EU guidelines and in recent days there has been uproar among customers in an attempt to sue Google. So what do these privacy policies consist of and why is there such a controversial debate over it. We have given you a basic understanding of the Google Privacy policy.

First they collect your information, including your browsing history and share this data across its platforms such as blogger. The most controversial aspect to this is they collect customers data, this includes personal data which some find a breach against law.

The aim for this was to get searches more specified to what you would like and relevant to your searches, hence why you would get targeted ads to specific things you may have browsed earlier that day.  This means good business for those advertising and to enhance the users experience by monitoring your habits. Remember they only share it with Google platforms, you have the ability to get more targeted advertisements to your interest saving you time to search. In a nutshell the Google algorithm collects your data and displays useful adverts that may be relevant to you.

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