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Taking a break from Coronavirus this morning to read about how the big tech companies handle your data. While this isn't new news, I hadn't seen it delivered like this before.
Google controls about 62% of mobile browsers, 69% of desktop browsers, and the operating systems on 71% of mobile devices in the world. 92% of internet searches go through Google and 73% of American adults use YouTube. Google runs code on approximately 85% of sites on the Web and inside as many as 94% of apps in the Play store. It collects data about users’ every click, tap, query, and movement from all of those sources and more.
Security and Privacy are very different. Think “Google is very secure but not private”.
For example, for privacy we often want deniability—you can’t prove a statement came from me. For security we might want authenticity (you know the statement is from me and not an impostor) or even non-repudiation (I can’t sign a contract then later claim I never signed it).
One reliable absolute in security and privacy is there are no absolutes.