There is some data I don't/won't upload . . .
Ah, but what if NOTHING is sacred to Google's new OS... and EVERYTHING is fair game???
I mean, given Google's spying reputation, are you really going to trust their new OS not to pry into data you'd rather they NOT see?
As an additional bonus . . the more info I share with google . . the better their services are for me.
Or is that a case of the more you share/they track you, the more they know what to promote and what to withhold... in other words, limiting your choices to benefit themselves and clients rather than shed light on opposition goods and services.
Many people dislike Microsoft because it is so large and powerful in the OS world... some even going to the length of calling it a monopoly, yet Google is on the exempt list and they flock to it like it's some sort of God or something. Like WTF is wrong with that???
I'll tell you what's wrong with it! Google already collects and stores personal data illegally/without consent... something that law enforcement require a warrant/court order to do, and the more powerful Google becomes the greater chance there is that your personal data will eventually be used against you.... because Google is in the business of making money at ALL costs, including sinking various/certain individuals as a means to an end. As it is, you can do a Google search on just about anyone and get information they'd rather you not see... info that should NEVER be made public knowledge, particularly withour consent.
I use the little grocery card the same way. The more then ytrack my purchases teh better they can serve me and then I'll go back to their store.
Ah, but can't you see that by tracking your purchases (everyone else's) they csn stock shelves in such a way as to limit your options... sell what they want you to buy, rather than offer alternatives you otherwise may purchase if given the opportunity??? This is not servicing you or the general public... this is a few large companies using technology and other slimy practices to squeeze out smaller competitors, and Google hopes to expand its evil empire by offering a freeby to entice, then suck from users all it can to advance its goals
The fact is, Google never offers anything for FREE... there are always strings attached. They may not always be obvious or visible, but you can bet your ass they're there.