The study showed that Google collects three times more personal data than Apple

The study showed that Google collects three times more personal data than Apple's analytical resource released a new report claiming that Apple

"Remember that Apple previously launched a security function against tracking App Trading Transparency, which requires applications to obtain users' consent on launch to track their actions on other websites and applications.

According to, among the five companies, Amazon, Apple, Facebook*, Google and Twitter, the personal data-collection leader is Google. According to an analytical resource, a search engine tracks 39 separate types of data for each user, while Apple only tracks 12. It turns out that Facebook* tracks only 14 types of data, while Amazon has 23 and Twitter 24.

According to Edith Reeds of, most people don't have time or patience to learn about the privacy policies of the websites they visit, which can take several pages.

The report does not decipher what is meant by the term "data types" that technology firms collect for each user, but it states that they include location information, browser history, activity on external websites, and for Google, also e-mails in Gmail. did not disclose his methodology by specifying that he had used Digital Information World's marketing firm to study Apple, Amazon, Facebook*, Google and Twitter to collect personal information.

* Listed on the list of voluntary associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has taken a legally enforceable decision to abolish or prohibit activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Act No. 114-FZ of 25 July 2002 on countering extremist activities.