Google will soon know far more about who you are and what you do on the Web.
The Web giant announced Tuesday that it plans to follow the activities of users across nearly all of its ubiquitous sites, including YouTube, Gmail and its leading search engine.
Google has already been collecting some of this information. But for the first time, it is combining data across its Web sites to stitch together a fuller portrait of users.
Consumers who are logged into Google services won’t be able to opt out of the changes, which take effect March 1. And experts say the policy shift will invite greater scrutiny from federal regulators of the company’s privacy and competitive practices.
So to recap, “you could get five years in jail for uploading a Michael Jackson song, one more than the doctor who killed him.”
Tomorrow I need to relax. That is all.
work 11 - 14 hrs a day, then commute, and when you get back to your apt, you’re ready to fall asleep, but then you have more work to do. That happened Monday and Thursday. Everyday, I am wide awake for 19 and a half hrs and then my eyelids start to twitch, tremors begin when I use my hands, I experience heavy migraines, and sometimes extreme vertigo because I’m trying to finish literally everything in one day even if the deadline isn’t for that day. I have to get in the habit of relaxing and taking breaks on several tasks I have to do each day. When I’ve given a project or deadline, I constantly say to myself I can all do these in one day, but in reality, your body can’t have you do everything all at once.
This has been one of the most stressful weeks of my life.