Google trackers are lurking on 75% of websites.

This means they are not only tracking what you search for, they're also tracking which websites you visit.

Source: Princeton WebTAP
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Privacy-invading blob watches all you on your computer

Google uses your data for ads that follow you around.

They let advertisers follow you across two million different websites and apps.

Source: Google AdWords
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Privacy-invading blob follows you around with ads

Your personal data remains in Google indefinitely.

It can be subpoenaed by lawyers, including civil cases like divorce. Google answered over 100,000 requests last year!

Source: Google Requests for User Information
A graph showing how many requests were made over time

Privacy-invading blob steals all your data

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