- The Way Information is Collected:
The policy explains the way Google collects the personal information. The information is collected in two ways: When a user signs up for Google account, then Google may collect information like, phone number, contact address, email address, or credit card information. Google also collects information when a user uses its services, like the interaction with ads, website visits, location, search queries, and so on.
- Use of Collected Information:
Google uses the collected information to improve its services. It can be in the form of: Tailoring ads and search results Contextualize future interaction with Google Language preferences to enhance the user experience.
- Access of Information:
The user can control Google’s access to information; its access can be controlled by: Editing the ad preferences Controlling the information associated with Google account. Using the browser to block cookies that are associated with Google services by adjusting the appearance of your Google account.
- Visibility of Information:
2.Though Google makes it clear how it’s going to use the gathered information. However, for a layman, anything that concerns his privacy is creepy and a threat to personal information.
3.Although Google provides clear instruction how you can make your information private, yet securing the privacy would be a hard thing to do for a normal user, and ultimately he would have to rely on Google to take care of it.