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After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress earlier this month, there's no doubt that many netizens are thinking twice before accepting app user agreements. Facebook is under the microscope right now, still reeling from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but social media users are kind of giving a pass to the other major player in personal data collection. While Google gets 74 percent negative opinions online they get very little attention on the issues even as observers wake up to the sheer amount of data the company collects. On Saturday, The Daily Mail published an investigative piece revealing that one person's Internet history over the past year stored by Google was the equivalent of 569,555 pages of printer paper. More than 1 billion people use Google services, but Facebook remains at the forefront of the conversation for now. It actually does slightly better online than Google, with 71 percent negatives. But that’s on 60 times the volume of discussion over the past 90 days. –Hugo Guzman



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