Google Photos isn’t as private as we thought
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Google Photos isn’t as private as we thought

At the end of the day your photos are still safe with Google, even if they aren’t all password protected.

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Security by obscurity. Not real security using encryption and strong authentication. But did anyone really think that their photos were in a Google Vault or something? Googles business model is to make money on your data. 

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Google Photos isn’t as private as we thought