Google, like Samsung, is eavesdropping on your private conversations – CTOvision.com
If you use Google Chrome, you could be subject to eavesdropping by Google. Similar to what Samsung’s TVs are doing, the Chromium browser listens to conversations in the vicinity of your laptop, PC, or tablet, and transmits it back to Google. Ostensibly, this is part of the “Google Now” voice activation feature of Chrome. Privacy …
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Maybe it’s time for rename Google into “Snoople”?
We all know that they track everything you do on the internet through their browser, gmail, etc. All the tools they provide “for free” where you pay with your data. But that’s not enough. Now they are doing a “Samsung”, hijacking your microphone and listen to you. A mistake they claim, but it only highlights the creepiness of Google Now.
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