Facebook and Google know when you're watching porn

Jul 19 2019 03:28 PM
Facebook and Google know when you're watching porn

In today's world, almost everyone watches porn and then clear the history to make them think that no one will know about it. If you're one of them, this news is for you. If you think that no one is watching you while you watch porn, then you're wrong. All the websites on the Internet share their users' information with Google and Facebook as well as other tech companies. This is done to track the online activity of users. And if you think you're going to watch in incognito mode, you can't have a track, so you're being tracked even in incognito mode.

Researchers said in a report that they scanned 22,484 websites around the world and found that all these sites were sharing data of their users with third-party companies. Analysts also pointed out that 93 percent of these websites are sharing users' data with seven domains on average. The report also pointed out that only 17 percent of adult websites use encryption.

According to reports, 74 percent of websites was also tracked by Google and its companies. Facebook, the most favorite social media platform for people, was also able to trace 1 out of every 10 sites in the scanning of researchers. No information has yet emerged about what Google and Facebook do with this data by tracking users. Researchers, however, say that users from Google and Facebook pornography websites will use it to develop advertising profiles.

A Google spokesperson told the New York Times, "We are not sure how to develop any advertising profile based on users' sexual desire or online activity." Also, websites with adult content are against showing Google ads on us." On Facebook, Facebook said the company does not allow to track the adult website for the business purpose.

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