Google knows what you bought last summer


Google doesn’t need to work out a deal with physic medium John Edward to find out from dead relatives where you’ve been spending your money. According to CNBC, the company can track many of the items that you buy, even the stuff you purchased from Amazon or the Apple Store. Where is Google getting this information from? Do they have one of those Google Street View cars with antennas all over the place following you from store to store? Or do they rely on crowdsourced information like they use on Waze sending back to Mountain View data about every purchase you make. In that case, you can’t …

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