DENTISTS have been stealing dental records for years, but now dentists have access to more information than ever.The Dental Information Exchange (DIE) service allows people to share their records, with no registration required.The idea is that by sharing dental records, people can learn more about their health, the type of treatment they are getting, and how they are spending their money.It is bel...
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If you do not want to register, you can still opt out, but only if you don’t use Google Instant messaging, according to the company.
The company also offers a link to sign up to Google’s email service that will allow you to unsubscribe at any time.
Google is not the only one looking to cut back on data collection.
A survey conducted by research firm IHS Markit found that just two percent of US adults use Google’s services, compared to nearly six percent of people in the UK.
The US Federal Trade Commission recently sued Google, claiming it’s violating privacy law by tracking people by asking them to opt into their search results.
While the company has a good track record when it comes to fighting privacy concerns, there are concerns that Google will be more cautious in the future.
In March, Google said it would require users to create a Google Account to access Gmail, Google Maps and other Google services, though it’s unclear how many users are signed up for the service.