Personal data and information collection:
When you go on to create an account in Google, Google will be asking you your name, phone number, address, details and many other factors. This can be avoided if you are not willing to display your publicly on the net. You could delete all of the information for your own privacy on the net. If you are willing to hide all the information and make your profile a bit more private than the rest this is the best thing you could do. This is practically a very safe and easy option because it will take you just a few minutes to do the entire process. But some may prefer to share their data online without any hesitation as well.
Mergence of the multiple accounts into one:
Sharing all details of online activity:
Google claims that their new policy which has been launched is a one-size-fits-all type of a policy. This would be enabling Google to share private data in between its services. The Giant Search Engine says that this is necessary for them in order to use the information which is being harvested from the Google searches to hunt down more advertisers. But in this way, all the personal data of the users are being shared online without any proper approval from the user himself. This might be offensive to the user as he may not like it. The French organization has already started to gather evidence and other necessary data in order to confront the Google authorities about the drastic change in policy in such a short notice. The case would be taken up in full swing in January.
Flawed privacy in the name of better user’s experience:
Google has been implanting brand new policies right from its inception but this is the first time that they happened to bring out such a controversial policy. This policy can be beneficial as well non-beneficial to the users. It depends on how you look at the entire matter. Your perspective of Google’s new policy would determine for whether it is truly beneficial or not. Though many advocates and bloggers have objected to the ideas of the new policy such as online sharing of date, combining all profiles as one etc, it is solely upon you to decide how the change of policy by Google would be affecting you.