State websites are aiding a disgraceful silent surveillance

Written by Karlin Lillington on Irish Times.

“Of ‘special concern’ is that, by cross-referencing such data to the vast trove of personally-identifying information Google also holds from services like Gmail, Android apps, and Search, Google can ‘easily associate web activity with the identities of real people’, the report warns.”

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