Google doesn’t steal your data.
By accepting their terms and conditions, you have given them your data in exchange for free services.
If you don’t want to give your data to Google, you can give it to some other company which will do the same thing.
Or you can switch to paid services (AKA business class services).
Why does Google steal your information?
Well you can’t say ‘stealing data’; as it wouldn’t be an appropriate term. Most often because you didn’t read their terms and conditions while opening an account with GMail, Android or while using applications that has Google’s name all over it. However Google relies heavily on Advertisers to generate money for itself.
Can apps steal your data?
Does Google steal your photos?
The Google Photos app shows all images stored both on your phone and the online account. Google does not steal anything, so you must have changed (or accepted) a setting or just never has looked before. Without any settings, the app just shows the contents of your Camerafolder only – like any Gallery.
How does Google use your data?
It collects data on what videos you watch, the ads you click, your location, device information, and IP address and cookie data. Finally, Google promises that it doesn’t sell your data, but rather uses your information to “make ads relevant” while you’re browsing the web.