Google domination: Is privacy over?
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The purpose of the study was to research and evaluate the privacy policies of Google and the company's overall impact in today's society. More specifically, the researchers looked into the policies placed within Google and everyday users’ opinions on the use of their information to third parties. In order to gather information, researchers sent out a SurveyMonkey link to the undergraduate students at Salisbury University on October 31st, 2018. The purpose of the survey was to understand the general public’s opinion on their information being used and if they are already known of these Google policies. Researchers gathered the findings by looking into use of formal language and Google’s impact on society as a whole. Through this method of using a survey, researchers obtained more evidence on the general public’s opinion of third party usage of data. By completing research on the corporation of Google and the third parties’ involvement with exchanging of the public’s information, we can have a better understanding of the impact Google has had on society and the public’s view of this impact.
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