Smartphone startups take on Google, Apple and put privacy first

Last week, Google apologized after users’ smartphone videos were mistakenly sent to complete strangers. During a five-day period in November, the privacy breach allowed tens of thousands of people to download footage from the Cloud that didn’t belong to them. While Google insists it takes great care to protect our data, while giving users more control over the information collected about them, the tech giant still watches our every move, even when it says it’s not.

Link: Smartphone startups take on Google, Apple and put privacy first
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