The part I like the most;
If you read the full complete policy dated DEC102013, and then the multiples of sub policies, you will have to wonder what google is really doing with all of this data that it “could elect to” collect and how broadly it’s written, they could collect a lot of things.
You will have to wonder by now; " how supportive is google with protecting your internet privacy?" That's a question that only you can answer .
But keep in mind; that 20+ years ago, we didn’t have these issues within the internet. Every since the internet has been became a playground, & a commercialized avenues for business and organizations, privacy now becomes a major issue within the internet.
So would you trust Google own uProxy solution?
Google is bad, and very bad when it comes to protection your privacy. One would be very silly to think otherwise. If you want to see a comparison, read yahoo’s policy statement, and then make your decision on google written and published policies, & how it effects your privacy.
Now back to uProxy, this works via plugin available within selected google's browser. The whole ideal is to build a web of trust between friends/associate , and proxy your connecting traffic between these friends.
uProxy provides some degree of anonymous access between your associates. An alternative would be the Lantern project, but even this is questionable, and they like google, collects data upon one access and invitation. You can fine more here about lantern; https://www.getlantern.org/
So with the google implementation, you have to wonder as to how much privacy do you really have. Trusting google is about as comparative with trusting a pack of wolves to guard your flock of sheep.
I myself , would not want to trust google to ensure my privacy over the internet.
Freelance Network / Security Engineer
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