Headline June 11, 2019/ '' 'PRIVACY -GOOGLE'S- PRIMER' ''


THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - is the special ownership of Google, of Sundar Pichai, its chief executive, of every Google stake-holder-

Of every Google employee, of their families, of their friends and well wishers, just as The World Student Society, is the exclusive ownership of every single student in the world.

Over all these many beautiful years, The World Students Society stayed blessed to enjoy a most  satisfying and exhilarating experience with Google.

The Founders : Merium, Rabo, Haleema, Dee, Zilli, Juniper/Japan, Aqsa, Lakshmi/India, Saima, Sherbano, Nina, Lawyer Zainab Khan/Kings College, Dantini/Malaysia, Sameen, Seher Khan/Kings College-

Hussain, Shahzaib Khan/US, Jordan/US, Bilal/US, Anique/Spain,  Reza/Canada, Danyial/UK, Salar Khan/US, Ali/UAE, Zaeem Khan, Haider, Vishnu/India, Toby/China, Hazeem Khan, and-

Little Angels : Maria, Maynah, Harem, Ibrahim,  Haanyia, and Merium, and the Students of the entire universe join in, to give Google a standing ovation and thank Google, for everything.

MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA : Google products are designed to be helpful. They take the friction out of daily life [for example, for showing you the fastest route home at the end of a long day] and  give you time to spend on things you actually want to do.

We feel privileged that billions of people trust products like, Search, Chrome, Maps and Android to help them every day.

It's a trust we match with profound commitment to responsibility and healthy dose of humility. Many words have been written about privacy over the past year, including in these pages.

I believe it's one of the most important topics of our time.

People today are rightly concerned about how their information is used and shared, yet they all define privacy in their own ways. I've seen this in firsthand as I talk to people in different parts of the world.

To the families using the Internet through a shared device, privacy might mean privacy from one another. To the small-business owner who wants to start accepting credit card payments, privacy means keeping customer data secure.

To the teenager sharing selfies, privacy could mean the ability to delete that data in the future.

Privacy is personal, which makes it even more vital for companies to give people clear, individual choices around how their data is used. Over the past 20 years, billions of people have trusted Google with questions they wouldn't have asked their closest friends :

How do you know if you're in love? Why isn't my baby sleeping? What is the weird rash on my arm?  We've worked hard to continually earn that trust by providing accurate answers and keeping your questions private. We've stayed focused on the products and features that make privacy a reality - for everyone.

''For everyone'' is a core philosophy for Google; it's built into our mission to create products that are universally accessible and useful. That's why Search works the same for everyone, whether you're a professor at Harvard or a student in rural Indonesia.

And it's why we care just as much about the experience on low-cost phones in countries starting to come online as we do about the experience on high-end phones.

Our mission compels us to take the same approach to privacy. For us that means privacy cannot be a luxury good offered only to people who can afford to buy premium products and services. Privacy must be equally available to everyone in the world.

Even in cases where we offer a paid product like YouTube Premium, which includes an ads-free experience, the regular version of YouTube has plenty of privacy controls built in.

For example, we recently brought  incognito mode, the popular, the popular feature in chrome that lets you browse the web without linking any activity to you, to YouTube. You can view YouTube as a logged in user or in Incognito mode.

To make privacy real, we give you clear, meaningful choices around your data.

All while staying true to two unequivocal policies: that Google will never sell any personal information to third parties; and that you get to decide how your information is used.

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research and writing, continues. The World Students Society honors and thanks Sundar Pichai, Chief executive Google.

With respectful dedication to the Founders of The World Students Society, Students, Professors and Teachers and citizens of the entire world. See
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''' Luxury & Lament '''

Good Night and God Bless

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