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These are all the data that Google apps collect about the user

The new privacy labels you introduced Apple on cell phones iPhone has revealed what data the apps of Google they collect from their users.

In December, Apple introduced privacy labels on its App Store to show what information each application collects and how it could be linked to the user. This can include everything from your browsing history to your location.

Google took a long time to update the apps to iOS for this reason, but ended up doing it and the labels of Apple have yielded the following data (Thanks to Wired).

Data collected by Search, Assistant, and Widgets

  • Data that is sent to advertisers (which are not Google): location information, search history, browsing history and other usage data
  • Data sent to Google for advertising or marketing: location information, contact information (including physical address, email and name), search history, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID) and usage data (interaction product and advertising data)
  • Data used for analysis: location, contact information (physical and email address), contacts, audio data, search history, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), usage data ( including product interaction and advertising data), glitches and performance data, and “other types of data”
  • Data collected for product customization: location, contact information (email and physical address), photos or videos, search history, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), usage data (including product interaction and advertising data) and advertising. data
  • Data collected for the functionality of the application: payment information, location, contact information (including physical address, email, name and phone number), contacts, user content (including photos or videos, audio data, details service), search history, browsing data, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), usage data (including product interaction and advertising data), diagnostics (crash data and performance data ), as well as other data types that are not defined.

The data collected by Gmail

  • Data that is sent to advertisers (which are not Google): location, user ID and advertising data.
  • Data used for analysis: purchase history, location, email address, user content (including photos or videos, audio data, customer support and ‘other’ content), search history, user identifiers (user ID and Device ID), usage data (including product interaction and advertising data, crash data and performance data, and “other” types of data.
  • Data used for product customization: email address, contacts, emails or text messages, audio data, search history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID) and usage data.
  • Data collected for the functionality of the application: purchase history, location, email and name, contacts, emails or text messages, photos or videos, audio data, customer support and other user content, search history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), product interaction, diagnostic (fault data and performance data) and other types of data.

The data collected by Chrome

  • Data used for analysis: location, audio and customer service data, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), product interaction data, diagnostics (fault data and performance data) and others type of data.
  • Data used for product customization: location, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID) and product interaction data.
  • Data collected for application functionality: payment information, location, audio data, customer support data, browsing history, user identifiers (user ID and device ID), product interaction, crash data and performance and other types of data.

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