Perhaps we’re getting too used to big tech companies collecting, using, and often distributing information about us without our permission.
Invasions of our privacy have become commonplace, and, for the most part, we tolerate them. We do so, solely, it would seem, because we value the convenience and productivity that we get by using these operating systems, applications, and online services that collect data about us. This data ranges from information about our systems, to how we use our computing devices, what software we use, our Internet usage, what we buy, and more.
Read the entire review at Digital Trends.