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You clearly don't understand your favorite company. Google knows who you are you have to clear your google searches on Google.com. I was actually on their web page. After typing it out once it remember. Not my computer but Google so unless you also changed the router and IP address. Remember your VM is still using your host to access the internet. Somewhere in the search page is the button to reset the history for googles searches. I learned from my IT department at work...
Also, clear your searches to get a true search record. Even though there are hundred of articles on android malware because it is prevalent and almost none on iPhone, it's hard to find any unless you search for it specifically, but type iPhone and it came up first. Just like there was no mention of Google's stock being down over 10% the first of half of the year and missing targets while Apple is trashed for record sales and a rising share price over the same period.
Not according to their networking chief just a few months ago. http://www.networkworld.com/article/2226431/wireless/google-android-chief-sundar-pichai-says-android-not-designed-to-be-safe.html
How about 3rd party keyboards? You sound like about 5% of android users. Google even says that android is not built for security.http://www.networkworld.com/article/2226431/wireless/google-android-chief-sundar-pichai-says-android-not-designed-to-be-safe.htmlThey know it's nowhere near as safe as iPhone and it's not to their advantage to be. Spammers and scammers pay for a lot of ads.
How do you know? Have you constantly done scans of all your devices. Google admits the problem often but downplays and surpresses it in searches as I showed in my post. There have been several large wide dispersed exploits that Google didn't know was on their store for almost a year.
You should take the time to read their user agreement. They were called on this and admitted they scan your emails "to provide better service". Apple can't even open your iMessage files.
Here are a couple of interesting searches and what they suggest, but we know Google does no wrong[IMG]
That's what I remember. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/nov/19/google-pay-17-million-apple-trackinghttp://www.theguardian.com/technology/2012/aug/09/google-record-fine-ftc-safariOn a side note. I found it comical that typing in Google fine brought up everything but Google fines until I put in the e. Then it was still toward the bottom.
The 22 million dollar fine (largest in is history) and the 17 million dollar settlement for hacking Safari to track users even when they select do not track. The reason Apple is moving away from Google is they don't trust them as a partner or with their customers data.Oh I missed the rhetorical part.
It may have not been listed but unless I was just very lucky it worked. Maybe because I was using voice control already but it behaved like Siri. I even showed it off to people before they announced the feature in Siri. I thought it was odd that reviewers were claiming it was new when I had used it for long time. But believe what you want.
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