Last Wednesday, I was interviewed on Radio Sputnik (based out of Moscow) about a recent article on the Guardian about Google recording your location history — even when you tell it not to. This was my first experience as a subject matter expert. So I wanted to share the experience with you.
Have you ever stopped to wonder about just how trusting you are with your online privacy, and how much information you freely give away? Have you ever thought how savvy you are in the modern era, but how naive your parents and grandparents were? I believe we could be living in a much more naive time now. Here’s why.
In light of the recent Cambridge Analytica / Facebook scandal Mark Zuckerberg testified before the US Congress. Did you tune in to hear what he said about what they knew? Were you keen to know more and about how they might be planning to protect your privacy in the future?
Do you ever wonder just how much information Google is storing and sharing about you, all so that they can give you those search results? Ever felt like you were being tracked online, all so that you could do some simple searches? Well, it&rsquo;s time to consider alternatives to Google, ones that give you great search results, but that don&rsquo;t invade your privacy.