Google CEO Sundar Pichai will meet an overdue in the face of a privacy lawsuit. Alphabet’s CEO will face a privacy lawsuit as 2021 ends.
It is no secret that there is always a grain of truth behind the rumours like Goole tracking the user’s activity. Along with the fact that Google CEO Sundar Pichai received a warning regarding specific problems in Google’s Incognito browsing mode.
We are slowly heading towards an era of digitization at a level where the world might have enhanced privacy concerns. Today’s technologically advanced age is one filled with uncertainties. Such is the uncertain fate of Google CEO Sundar Pichai, as he is likely to be questioned under a privacy lawsuit. The privacy lawsuit states that Google collects users’ browsing history even while operating on Incognito mode.
As you know, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai might get questioned regarding a privacy lawsuit. With Google ending 2021 with its CEO, Sundar Pichai faces a lawsuit regarding problematic issues with its Incognito browsing mode.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai’s views on worldwide privacy concerns
As 2022 approaches, we witness growing privacy concerns regarding Google’s privacy policies. Even after receiving warnings regarding Google’s incognito browsing feature, CEO Sundar Pichai did not want the incognito browsing mode under the spotlight.
According to Google’s spokesman Jose Castaneda, the plaintiff’s arguments supporting their lawsuits were entirely ‘unwarranted and overreacting.’ While the CEO of Googe, Mr. Sundar Pichai, has shown no restrains on being questioned.
Alphabet Inc’s spokesman quoted that “Incognito mode in Chrome gives you a choice to browse through the Internet without leaving any trace of websites on your devise or browser. Each time you open a new incognito tab, websites might be able to collect information about your browsing activity during your session.”
Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, was pressed with a privacy lawsuit. It adds to the list of legal scrutinies regarding privacy policies and disclosures. At the same time, Google remains amid enhanced public concerns regarding online surveillance.
According to US Magistrate Judge Susan, Van Keulen backs her approval on questioning Mr. Pichai with a statement that says, “certain documents establish communication of case-relevant information to, and possibly from Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai.”
While on the one hand, the entire world is standing on the verge of witnessing Global economic transitions. On the other hand, growing concerns regarding online privacy and surveillance issues maintain their steep incline.
As we know, with the end of this year, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is facing a privacy lawsuit. Google might have to face unprecedented growth in worldwide privacy concerns in the upcoming year.
Perhaps, it is time for World-renown businesses to start respecting their user’s privacy concerns. In today’s day, on one hand where the Internet has bought global connectivity. While on the other hand, it hampers user privacy and security. It is no secret that in today’s world, ‘what goes on the internet forever stays on the internet.’