The modern world has a number of really massive corporations, and there are a few that have managed to cross about one trillion dollars in terms of the market value of all of their outstanding shares. However, have you ever stopped to wonder how these companies make their money in the first place? Suffice it to say that these are big corporate entities, and that means that it is very likely that their methods are underhanded if not outright illegal in some way, shape or form.
A really important question for you to ask is what Google knows about me, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that the sheer quantity of information that they would possess would astound you at any given point in time. Google tends to know things like your race or ethnicity, and they are also quite aware of your age for the most part. They also have a pretty good idea about the gender identities of the vast majority of their users, and as if that weren’t already enough they also gather data about your purchases so that they can advertise to you.
The main purpose behind Google’s data collection practices is that they allow the company to earn more money through ads. You should be really careful, otherwise your precious data could very well end up falling into the wrong hands. Google is not known for being protective of the data that it collects, so there is a chance that a hacker could get their hands on it and they would impersonate you with a ridiculously huge amount of ease.