However Google knows more about you than you think. As comedic as this may sound, there is a rather serious and not-so-jovial element to all of this.
In the early 2000s, just a handful of years after the inception of Google, over 30 million searches were being marked daily. Today, the figures are galactic. Four billion people are online (have access to the internet), which translates into the fact that Google hogs practically all of the search engine market share.
Daily, over 3 billion searches are conducted which means over one trillion searches per year. What could be more impressive than that? How about the fact that 80,000 or so searches are conducted every second.
Now, this information concerns only one platform, Google Search. Billions of people also use GMail, GDocs, Google Chrome, Google Maps, and a host of other Google services. What does all of this mean? It means that Google probably knows you better than some of your family members do.
Google and all services related to or owned by Google track information. For example, consider the following list and whether or not you have access to one of the following;
And last but not obviously not least, the most used…