In a rare interview with Harvard Business School that was published online earlier this month, (it has since been taken down) value investor Seth Klarman spoke at length about his investment process, philosophy and the changes value investors have had to overcome during the past decade. Klarman’s hedge fund, the Boston-based Baupost has one of Read More
Google today on its official blog explained that the company won’t be selling out any personal information about its users.
Alma Whitten, Google’s Director of Privacy, Product and Engineering wrote:
The new policy doesn’t change any existing privacy settings or how any personal information is shared outside of Google. We aren’t collecting any new or additional information about users. We won’t be selling your personal data. And we will continue to employ industry-leading security to keep your information safe.
Yesterday we published a guide on ‘how to remove all your search history from Google’, this guide was written to help those users who doesn’t want Google to collect and use their web history.