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Everyone knows that Google collects data about users of its services. But few people knew about the scale of the collection, and it was unclear what information was stored. Help came from unexpected places - Apple intervened in the situation.

Recently, Apple, which is the author of IDFA - an identifier for advertisers used by most companies to track user interests - updated its policy on the use of this identifier. Thus, Apple has obliged all developers using IDFA to provide users with full information about what data they collect. It’s easy to guess that the new policy was subject to (https://thehackernew...sonal -data.html) and Google.

As you would expect, the list turned out to be impressive: in addition to the “standard” geolocation and search history for such lists, the corporation collects information about your contacts, photos, videos and audio recordings, and much more. By the way, the developers of DuckDuckGo have already taken advantage of this background - they reminded that their search service does not store information about users.
 
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