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Google Gets 1GB Of Monthly Android Tracking Data Per User: Oracle

4 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Google is receiving approximately 1GB of Android tracking data per a single smartphone user every month, Oracle officials recently told the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The agency's Chairman Rod Sims was briefed on the matter earlier this spring, with the emphasis being on several antitrust concerns such practice raises outside of its privacy implications. With a gigabyte of data costing up to the equivalent of $4.50 in Australia, the ten million Android users in the country are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to send their data to Google on an annual basis...
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