Can you imagine what it would be like to have access to online searches of any person on the planet? Sounds a little scary that someone halfway around the world knows what you typed into your browser, doesn’t it? It seems that in the age of the Internet, privacy is just not an option. You may think it’s a good idea to save all of your data in Google Drive – all of your pictures, videos and sensitive documents – until you realize that you aren’t the only one who has access to them.
In fact, if you use Google, you are certainly aware of the fact that the browser remembers all the searches made around the world, and we can only guess how the company uses these statistics. If you have a Facebook, Twitter and Google + – it’s surprising how much data you collect on these social networks, but that’s the price you pay for free services.
A large amount of websites monitors and collects data on the habits of users when browsing web pages. We know that Google is accurate, fast and effective as search engine, but Google tracks your search habits in various ways, including the browser cookies. To learn more about how google tracks every move you make, check out the infographic below: