Just a few days ago, scientists at Princeton revealed that Google was collecting user location data even when the permission for doing so had been denied. Now the saga gets even more worrisome as a team of researchers led by Professor Douglas Schmidt at Vanderbilt University have published a paper that reveals how Chrome and Android OS are shipping more data to Google servers than you would have expected. Not only that, the paper also sheds light on how the seemingly anonymous data points collected and shared can be used by Google to identify the individuals from whose devices that data originated.
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