Google has secret webpages that feed your personal data to advertisers, report says

Found on CNet News on Wednesday, 04 September 2019
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The company allegedly relays this information to advertisers using hidden webpages, allowing it to circumvent EU privacy regulations.

Ryan reportedly said he discovered that Google used a tracker containing web browsing information, location and other data and sent it to ad companies via webpages that "showed no content," according to FT.

The Data Protection Commission began an investigation into Google's practices in May after it received a complaint from Brave that Google was allegedly violating the EU's General Data Protection Regulation.

The more Google can tell advertisers about users, the higher the reward. True or not, it is important that someone takes a good look into it.