We’ve been tidying up a little, making our privacy policies and terms more consistent, easier to read, and easier to understand. You see, while privacy policies, ours included, may not be the most popular read on the internet, we think they’re important. So instead of over 60 policies for different Google products and features, we’re introducing just one with fewer words, simpler explanations, less legal gloop to wade through. That means that when you use Google, from Gmail and Search to YouTube and Calendar, you can count on one simplified policy that explains our privacy commitment to you.
The new policy reflects our efforts to create one beautifully simple experience. It means that if you’re signed in, we’ll treat you as a single user across all of our products, combining information you’ve provided from one service with information from the others. So you have a better, more intuitive experience from the moment you sign in to the second you log out, whether you’re sending mail, making meetings, watching videos, or searching.
Over time, it will mean better Google search results and ads. We’ll understand that when you search for jaguar, you’re looking for a jaguar and not a Jaguar. It can mean more accurate spelling suggestions because you’ve typed a word before. And it may even mean we’ll be able to tell you when you’ll be late for a meeting based on your location, your calendar, and local traffic conditions. All of which means we’re not just keeping your private stuff private, we’re making it more useful to you in your daily life, too. Source: LYBIO.net