Google is known for introducing user friendly features time and again. It also takes the user’s privacy and their data handling very seriously.
But there remain several users who are having many questions for Google. To address their privacy concerns, Google has shared an in-depth Question and Answer session. This aims to answer some of the most asked privacy-related questions.
Google, in an official report, has answered a series of questions about user privacy, targeted ads, Google Assistant, location data, etc.
This report has many questions. Whether Google builds a personal profile of users to deliver ads or not, or does Google Assistant records everything users say or not?
But most of the times Google can be heard saying that it does not collect or store any personal data. So, there will be no data of users such as location, payment credentials, or general information for its business purposes.
Google also claims that it only uses anonymous, aggregated data to improve its products and services. Google for targeted ads says that it leverages the user’s data to deliver personalized ads. However, it also states that it does not use data relating to a user’s emails, documents, health, race, religion, or sexual orientation to target ads.
Furthermore, the ads that we see are based on a number of things. These may range from your previous searches, the sites you visit, ads clicked, and more.
Google also says that it does not read or collect data from products that store your personal information such as Gmail, Drive, or Photos.
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