Is Google bad for privacy?
It’s a bad privacy day for Google, with Privacy International first accusing the company of having the worst privacy performance of any internet service company in a study it has just released and then accusing Google of conducting a smear campaign against it.
What are some privacy concerns?
Issues include cyberstalking, location disclosure, social profiling, 3rd party personal information disclosure, and government use of social network websites in investigations without the safeguard of a search warrant.
Are Google servers secure?
Google is so secure due to they have extensive security testing to ensure their products are as secure as possible. Also, Google has bug bounty programme which pretty much helps them in securing their system further by engaging external party to find security issues in their systems.
Does Google spy on its users?
Its all over the media right now that google is spying on people violating peoples privacy they make video’s in your home and record conversations, read your emails and sell privacy data to commercial company’s. ANd as this is a user-to-user help forum with no Google employees present, your threats are pointless.