Recently, Google has been issued with a $5 billion lawsuit for collecting users’ internet usage data even when the user is in private mode. This private mode is popularly known as ‘incognito’ when using the Chrome browser. Google is allegedly not notifying users that their data can be tracked and collected even when they are in incognito mode.

Meanwhile, Google has requested for a dismissal regarding this lawsuit only to have the request denied by the federal judge. They also responded to this issue by saying that the company neither tracks any user activity nor saves any cookies on devices linked to any accounts.

In line to this, Real Research online survey application has launched a survey to find out how aware the public is of this lawsuit and if they think that Google is notoriously tracking user activities to sell and earn revenue. Moreover, do people agree that governments should place extreme punishments for data policy breaches on these tech companies?

Answer now on the Real Research Survey App from March 23, 2021 and share your opinion with us. In return, 10 TNC Coins will be given as rewards for your survey participation.

Survey Details

Survey Title: Survey on Google’s $5B Lawsuit Over Tracking Private Internet Data

Target Number of Participants:
350,000 Users


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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – Google’s $5B lawsuit Over Tracking Private Internet Data.