After months of stalling, Google finally revealed how much personal data they collect in Chrome and the Google app. No wonder they wanted to hide it. Spying on users has nothing to do with building a great web browser or search engine. We would know (our app is both in one).

5:10 PM · Mar 15, 2021

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DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser has been the second most downloaded mobile browser in the US (after Chrome) and, as you might expect, doesn't collect any data that's linked to you, making it simple to get the privacy you deserve online. duckduckgo.com/app
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This ^ 💚
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Replying to @DuckDuckGo
Privacy labels are something which are updated by the developer They are not pulled up automatically by Apple While I respect the honest disclosure by Google, how do I trust you with the information you've put to get more downloads PS I don't encourage data collection by Google
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Google refused to post the info until the end of the privacy label due date. Even going as far as to not update apps so they can avoid posting the privacy labels.
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Replying to @DuckDuckGo
And that’s just what they admit. I’m absolutely sure it’s a lot more under the hood. It has to stop right now. #Google is sooooo bad.
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Replying to @DuckDuckGo
Know what would be great? If i could revoke all those permissions google gives itself on android phones...
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Replying to @DuckDuckGo
It’s amazing how many workplaces brilliant IT professionals still say that IE and Chrome are the only supported browsers. Every workplace seems to be concern about security and data breaches but yet they still use these browsers as default. I just don’t get it!
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