What do Apple, Facebook and Google know about you?

We all know that huge technology companies keep track of us, but somehow we never quite imagine the full extent and detail of what they know about us. The infographic below from backgroundchecks.org is educational to say the least:

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Internet giants know almost everything about everybody

We all know that huge technology companies keep track of us, but somehow we never quite imagine the full extent and detail of what they know about us. The infographic below from backgroundchecks.org is educational to say the least:

Apple, Google and Facebook Tracking.

The Loss of Privacy from Google Apple and Facebook

Compliments of BackgroundChecks.org

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