We won't respect your Privacy, say today's tech companies

Saturday, April 30, 2011

We won't respect your Privacy, say today's tech companies

Tech companies like Apple, Google and Facebook are in the news again, but this time for the wrong reasons.


These companies have played with your personal data like photos for years and will continue to do so in future.




For example Google used to store everything you searched on the internet. The company said it wanted to provide some kind of personal search experience for its users. However when confronted, the company changed this in to product called Web History.

Facebook was also accused of "selling user data" to advertisers. An act of total privacy breach of its users even though the social networking site has a privacy policy longer than the United States constitution.

Now we come to Apple, the largest technology company in market capitalization. It has been accused of sending user location information to third parties alongside Google. For a detailed report visit this link:http://www.pcworld.com/article/226221/google_and_apple_smartphone_spies.html.

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