When Google wants to kill your privacy, it’s a pretty simple fix

A lot of the problems Google has with privacy are simple fixes: You don’t have to trust them.

You don.

And you have to go back to using your phone when you do want to.

Now, though, that’s changing.

Google is going to start handing over some of your personal information to third parties, and in some cases, those third parties will share your information with Google, the search giant announced today.

Google said that this new practice is part of a wider shift in how it handles information it collects.

For the most part, Google’s been keeping most of your data private.

But Google will now let companies like Facebook and Twitter use it for ad targeting, as long as those companies also keep your location and other information.

In the case of Facebook and its own ads, Google says that if your data is shared with those companies it will be treated differently than if your location is shared.

In other words, Facebook won’t have access to your location information, and Google will have access.

Google will also be able to sell your location to third-party advertisers.

This is important because Google said this is just the beginning.

Google isn’t going to be the only company collecting and sharing data.

Companies like Yelp, eBay, and Twitter are also likely to be collecting and using data.

But companies like these will be doing it in ways that Google isn, in general, very, very hesitant to do.

It also won’t be the first time that Google has been able to use this kind of sharing to sell data to companies.

A few years ago, Google said it was going to sell the location of anyone it knew in the U.S. to companies like Microsoft and Amazon.

Google also began selling the location information of users of Google Maps, but it stopped selling location data about U.K. users a few years later.

Google says this is part and parcel of its mission to help people do things online.

For Google, this new data sharing program will help the search engine and the social network grow, and it’s also a way to better serve ads to users that Google thinks are more interested in privacy.

But for users, it means more than just knowing where they’re in the world.

In Google’s terms of service, it says this new system will allow Google to better target ads to people who have more data, such as people who use more apps and devices, or people who are more likely to have been online recently.

And that’s a problem for privacy advocates, who say that when the company sells the location data of people, it also could potentially be used to target ads.

And there are some privacy concerns here, too.

Google has long been trying to get users to change how they use their data.

For example, the company said it would now allow users to opt out of the company’s advertising network by changing their settings.

And it said it’s going to stop selling location information to advertisers in the future.

And now, it is also going to allow Google and other companies to sell more personal information about users in the new system.

Google’s privacy policy, however, is still fairly vague about what kind of data the company will collect, how it will use it, and what kinds of data it will sell to third party companies.

Google doesn’t explain much about how the new data collection works, or how it’s tied to its privacy policy.

Google hasn’t announced any changes to the way it treats your location or the data it collects about you.

For now, Google still allows you to keep your phone on, but not to use it.