Google Tracks all these information and makes money out of it

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Feb 18 12 Comments

Here is a complete checklist of everything Google knows about you—thereby all the ways you’re tracked—as of December 2018
:

· Your age

· Your income

· Your gender

· Your parental status

· Your relationship status

· Your browsing history (long-term and short-term)

· Your device (phone, tablet, desktop, TV)

· Your physical location

· The age of your child (toddler, infant, etc.)

· How well you did in high school

· The degree you hold

· The time (of day) of your Google usage

· The language you speak

· Whether you’ve just had a major life event

· Your home ownership status

· Your mobile carrier

· The exact words you enter into Google search

· The context and topics of the websites you visit

· The products you buy

· The products you have almost bought

· Your Wi-Fi type

· Your proximity to a cell tower

· Your app installation history

· The amount of time you spend on certain apps

· Your operating system

· The contents of your email

· The time you spend on certain websites

· Whether you’re moving (e.g., into a new home)

· Whether you’re moving (e.g., walking or on a train)

* The above targeting methods are made available to search engine marketers by Google within marketers’ Ads UI

For as long as you’ve been using Google, Google has been building a “citizen profile” on you.

This profile contains:
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· Your voice search history

· Every Google search you’ve ever made

· Every ad you’ve ever seen or clicked on

· Every place you’ve been in the last year

· Every image you’ve ever saved

· Every email you’ve ever sent

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TOP 12 Comments
  • Citibank Qt7l
    Wha?????? How’s that possible when I pay precisely $0 per month for their services???
    Feb 18 0
  • Microsoft satya.n
    They know about it only because you gave them the info.
    How much did Google know about your grandmother?
    Let's stop over hyping privacy issues. Don't give them the info, if you don't want them to track it.
    Feb 18 2
    • Microsoft rgc42etcx
      I disagree. People give this info because they do not have better options. That doesn’t make current option ethical.
      Feb 18
    • Walmart.com / Eng äččä
      Not completely True... I mean it’s not so black and white. For example, if you go to a website that has a FB like button, then FB can track you even if you are not using FB at that time. So I am sure, Google has such reach.

      The only way is to not use FB (like delete the account) or Google. That’s not really possible.
      Feb 18
  • Pinterest poppler
    Why do they send me surveys asking for my marital status once a month then?

    Is Google trying to fuck me?
    Feb 18 1
    • Google / Eng ы
      Send me your nudes
      Feb 18
  • Oscar 🐨koala
    Everyone sells data. Competitors sell data to competitors. Data is king. Why do you think FourSquare still exist? They sell data.
    Feb 18 4
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      No, everyone doesn’t sell data.
      Feb 18
    • Oscar 🐨koala
      Face reality.
      Feb 18
    • SpaceX SlaveX420
      I actually looked up to see if foursquare still exists and was surprised.
      Feb 18
    • Oscar 🐨koala
      It exists because it is still selling location data.
      Feb 19
  • Walmart.com / Eng äččä
    Poll is not mutually exclusive. I think both options are possible.
    Feb 18 0

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