Amazon and Google

Our data obviously has value. In fact, nearly invaluable. So why aren’t we getting compensated for it?

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Amazon and Google

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Mishal Shaheen

Google and Amazon
Google and Amazon

Amazon and Google want to know about our personal lives

Our data obviously has value. In fact, nearly invaluable. So why aren’t we getting compensated for it? The super market courtesy card has always been a fair deal. In exchange for giving them your buying habits you get discounts on purchases. What are the tech companies giving us in return? Nothing.

Do the companies really want to steal our data?

Do they want to steal more data? Why do not they pay to collect our data? These are millionaire companies can afford, for now these companies use for free our phones and computers that we buy and pay for.

Amazon and Google want to generate databases

What is the reason for wanting more data out of our homes? Amazon and Google besides selling hardware and software, want to be able to generate a complete database of users’ habits.

How can Amazon use the data?

For example, if Amazon has a better understanding of users uses devices in their homes, they get information about the devices being used so they know to develop and market their products for their business.

Third-party users

They can sell this data to third-part users without our knowledge. The question arises: Do we have the privacy laws to protect us from what technology can do?

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What do these companies claim about this?

These companies say they are not selling their data, they are only using that data for their own purposes to approve their market value.

What are device making companies doing about that?

What are device making companies doing about that? The device making companies are not happy about it as this insecurity from users can reduce their willingness to buy products from Google and Amazon.

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