- Where you live
- Where you work
(2) Google The basics: So let’s get the most obvious out of the way. It’s a no-brainer really: Google knows what you are searching for online. This gives Google insights into your interests and information that you are looking for. It then serves you advertising based on these searches. And, of course, it knows which websites you visit. Over 80 per cent of websites use Google Analytics as a tool to measure visits. This means Google can track every website you visit. But that’s not such a bad thing! This means it can notify you of sales and bargains on your favourite sites via adword advertising. Then there’s Gmail. Every email typed, personal or business related Gmail can see what you have said and who it has been sent too, how often you mail that person and how often you ignore them too!
Rest assured the firm is not interested in that office gossip – it is a safety measure to avoid inbox hacks and keep your information safe. The platform’s stalker side: Google operate a variety of sister companies such as Android, Books, Calander, Chrome, Drive, Google Earth, Hangouts, Map and YouTube. Therefore, it also know what you like to read, what your schedule is, who you speak to, your daily commutes and video viewing history. Its primary concern isn’t to get you to search for things. It’s to provide you with the most relevant and useful search results. Google acquires its assets through advertising and requires its advertising yo be 100 percent relevant and specific to that person. Continue reading to find out what Amazon and Microsoft know about you. Image: Shutterstock
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