Google announced Tuesday that it will be changing its private policy to keep information gathered when people use its products, including YouTube, Picasa, GMail and its search engine.
The new policy will begin on March 1 and is being put in place so the company can learn more about each user personally, which will lead to “a simpler, more intuitive Google experience.”
However, many are not sold on what Google is doing and is calling the move an invasion of privacy.
The change will perhaps be most alarming for users of android phones, who are powered by Google and will therefore have everything they do with the phone be documented.
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