Google will probe you further

    By Rahul Ramesh

    Google will probe you further


    Beginning today, Google will function using a more stringent privacy policy that allows it to collect more & more of your personal data. Google reportedly has a user base of over 1 billion. Using the amended privacy policy, Google will collect details that you would find embarrassing to reveal.

    According to sources at Google, this move is for the benefit of users & it also aids in Google providing efficient services to consumers. The sources also stated that Google will provide more efficient & apt services to it's users by analyzing their personal data. More profit extraction out of self-advertising is also on the agenda of Google added the source.

    The new privacy policy is a “legalized” one says Google & also said that registered users can minimize the revealing of personal details to a certain extent, but cannot stop it completely. To know what all Google knows about you check out the website: & log in.

    People across the world feel that the new privacy policy of Google would amount to privacy encroachment & violation, but Google is no mood to relent. Seeing all this, one thought that comes to mind is "To Use Google, Be Prepared To Get Probed".

    Do reply with your opinion in our comment section below.

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