Are you aware that Google tracks all of your searches and clicks on all of their properties (Google, Google+, YouTube, Maps, Picasa, etc.?)
It’s really rather fascinating to look at your own behavior, and I strongly recommend that you check it out at https://www.google.com/history
But to some, there’s a darker side to all of this, that the data Google stores (apparently indefinitely,) may someday end up hurting you, possibly in a way that we can’t predict at this time.
Here’s a video that shows what Google collects, how you can access it all, and how, if you wish, you can remove your past browsing history and keep them from storing that history in the future.
It’s worth watching, especially if you’ve ever searched for anything you may not wish to have others know about…
What do you think – does Google’s tracking and usage of this data constitute “evil?” Should they be allowed to continue to do so by default? Or is it all just fine? Tell me your opinion by writing a comment below. And don’t forget to Like and Tweet it!