Google isn't wrong!
You (every user) agreed with their TOS et cetra.
The Internet is a open public place. Google only delivers the result you where searching for.
If you want privacy, do not use the web or Block your IP, use VPN et cetra.
Follow our vision and let the Internet be free from censorship.
Google just tries to understand, this because their aim is A.I. (see doc.)
They will never abuse your personal information!
Why I'am that sure, if they do they will not ever have a change again to reach their dream.
PS I'am not related to Google, I'am only a user of their great tools and I do read.
Google is the best place to find the information and make contact with the world.
It is not safe for children, they also can find every thing and there is a lot of scam!
So overall it's the best on the web, as long a user knows what he/she is using.
Google is very open, they are telling you exactly who they are and what they aim to do.
Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
Google Analytics. It's a spy system at the least. They analyze everything you do and then sell the info to whoever pays for it. Search results are adjusted for advertisers. If you ever have a problem with Google's' products don't bother asking help on their forums, because no one will help you. Ever. Contact a help line or send an e-mail to their support desk ? I wish you good luck finding those because there ain't any ! Got fed up with Google translations and want to remove it from your toolbar ? Good luck trying, because it can't be removed or disabled. And so on and so on.
This is how Google thinks about your privacy:
"If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place."
- Eric Schmidt, Google CEO
People in countries like Birma, China, Iran, Thailand etc. should be very careful using any Google service.
WARNING: If Google is so wonderful and trustworthy, why is it that they track virtually my entire activity on the web? I don't recall them asking my permission. If you value your privacy on the internet, stay away from Google.