Google sait où tu habites, travail et votre « secret les intérêts », nouveau ‘ Sh…

Google sait où tu habites, travail et votre « secret les intérêts », nouveau ‘ Sh…

Google knows where you live, work and your ‘secret interests’, new ‘Shadow Profile’ report says

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Google sait où tu habites, travail et votre « intérêts secrètes », le nouveau rapport « Profil de Shadow » dit


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37 réflexions au sujet de “Google sait où tu habites, travail et votre « secret les intérêts », nouveau ‘ Sh…”

  1. According to the article, these accusations are coming from Oracle, who is engaged in a near decade long fight with Google including a lawsuit they launched after buying the owners of Java alleging Android was violating their patents based on their usage of APIs, something which if true (aka if APIs are copyrightable), would be very bad for things like open source software

    I’m not saying that means the accusations aren’t true (or at the very least have some degree of truth to them), but anything Oracle says about Google is coming from a very biased source

  2. Then why the fuck does it keep prompting me to leave a review about where I work? Does it just think that I really really like pizza that much to be there 5 days a week?

  3. >Oracle also said Google’s personal data download feature, called “Takeout” omitted “entire categories of other data collected by Google”.

    This is what I was warried about. It turns out we can’t trust Google to tell us what it really knows about us. The whole GDPR becomes useless if the company can get away with this.

  4. Maybe the big ‘where I live and where I work’ section on my phone gives it away. Damn those smart people at Google. How on Earth could they have known?

  5. I understand they track out every move, but honestly, it’s not really that good. I get asked Rewards questions every day about places I just pass by while driving but have never even entered. My gym is half a block from a Whole Foods, but I get a survey about WF every time I go to the gym. Their « secret interests » targeted ads are almost always for shit I’ve already bought or completely dismissed. I feel like Google really sucks at knowing anything particularly interesting about me.

  6. I’m torn. On one hand this is cool and all the information collected can be a wonderful tool for us and our daily lives. On the other the collection of our data can be easily breached and is probably being used without our best interests at heart.

    I’d be 100% okay with my data being collected if people weren’t corrupt fucks and could be trusted with it.

  7. i think it creating a profile based off us telling google maps where we live and work, and it keeping track of where we went to show us later is not really a shadow profile but ok

  8. I’ve been using YouTube and Gmail for over a decade, so I’d be amazed if Google didn’t know enough about me to impersonate me. They know and there’s no going back on that at this point.

  9. > Google’s personal data download feature, called “Takeout” omitted “entire categories of other data collected by Google”

    I fucking knew it! (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

  10. My morning alarm would go off and google would tell me the approximate drive time and traffic conditions on my route to work. I never told google where I work.. Busted!

  11. Having logged Home and Work addresses in Maps and have Android Auto automatically tell me how long to get to either and Google to tell me the current traffic on the way automatically every morning and evening, I have to say this revelation comes to me as a compete shock.

  12. > a search engine might has shadow profiles

    « Well duh obviously, I told them all that stuff! »

    > A social media network has shadow profiles

    « What a massive infringement of my privacy even though I told them all that stuff! I didn’t know they’d keep that information! Shame on their houses! »

    /r/Android everyone

  13. I can’t wait for my iPhone XS to arrive. I’m coming from Note 8 and I’ve owned Galaxy Flagships since s5. As much as I love Samsung phones, I’m switching because of Google.

  14. I don’t think anyone considers where they work or live to be « intimate lifestyle details »…

    Like, the phone outright has your home and work address in the settings from whats it learned and gives you helpful tips based on this like « its time to go to work » and such. It’s very clear about that.

    I doesn’t take a genius to understand that.

    This also doesn’t provide any real examples of what the « secret interest » stuff means. It just talks about finding home and work location….

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