Tucker Carlson Reveals How Google Tracks You
It is no secret that Google tracks just about everything you do. The tech giant has applied for patents for its smart home devices to gather and share information about user’s cooking, sleeping, entertainment and even showering preferences.
This information is sold to third parties for advertising purposes. In the video below, Fox News host Tucker Carlson points out that Google still tracks you, even if you don’t have a Google home device. When you use your Google account on your cell phone, you agree to allow Google to track everything that you do.
Carlson set out to determine just how much data Google gets from your cell phone. He also wanted to know whether or not the company can track phones that are not connected to the internet. Carlson sent out Fox News Headline anchor Brett Larson out to investigate. Larson takes a tour around Washington D.C. He carries two identical Android phones with him. Neither phone has a SIM card, access to WiFi or a data network. The only difference is that one was put into airplane mode for the test while the other was not.
Larson took a 14-mile drive and walk around Washington D.C. with both phones. He visited various sites. Larson assumed that Google would not be able to collect any data from either phone since neither had a data connection or WiFi access. After the tour, Larson examined the data captured from both phones.
Surprisingly, both phones captured a lot of data. The phone that was in airplane mode actually obtained more information than the other phone. The phones captured exact locations, tracking Larson all around town. It is important to remember that as long as you use Google, you are being watched.
See the entire video below.
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