Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

Why is Google Maps still the Top?

Google Maps is one of Google’s products that nobody else has seemed to be able to match yet. The amount of detail and extra data collection that Google has undertaken is multitudes more than the competitors. This post below from 2017 goes into some of the details. While outdated slightly as HERE maps is able […]

Why I’m Quitting Facebook; and Why You Might Want To Also.

Dec 2018 edit: In the 4 years since my post, there have been numerous Facebook scandals, embarrassments, and security breaches. If you’re still using Facebook, you can’t really claim ignorance anymore. You’re choosing to submit your data to a company that doesn’t care about you at all, nor its employees. Please don’t forget, Instagram and […]

Wifi Location Tracking is killing Privacy

<tinfoil hat> When Google’s “streetview cars” roamed around the world, they were performing wifi scans of their surrounding areas. By mapping the MAC address of your location to the van’s GPS coordinates, they built a map of locations that can accurately find your location, just by knowing the wifi router you’re connected to. Google claimed […]