Personally, we feel that if you’re that concerned with your privacy, don’t use the internet. However, many people don’t agree with our position.
Many feel that Google will now use the freedom from their new policy to share user information across all of their apps. Google, can actually do that with the verbage of their new policy however they are sensitive to their customers and your private information isn’t going to become a free for all. Google will only share your sensitive information across applications and services that you actually use, which you would have or already have, shared your information with.
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In speaking with the London Telegraph, Hanff has said: “The changes are a significant infringement of my right to privacy and I do not consent to Google being able to use my data in such a way,”
The small claim could potentially set a precedent for other Google product users, including, of course, Android.
source: Zeenews India