Unbeknownst to many, Google has been providing Android mobile phone users’ data to mobile phone service providers, and now they have announced that they will stop using it.
From 2017 onwards, Android mobile phones will be able to provide information such as signal strength and connection speed on the respective mobile phones for free to the relevant mobile service provider. Is capable of.
However, with many now concerned about the safety of user data, and the European Commission in the past few days, the government has decided to discontinue the service as soon as possible, with large amounts of fines being imposed. will.
Reuters reports that Google is pointing out that mobile data service providers are taking too much time to upgrade their network, because they cannot guarantee the quality of the data.
However, Google is not the only company that shares data in this way, and it is also reported that Facebook is sharing data with more than 100 service providers in 50 countries, including information about your likes and dislikes.