Facebook Is Now in the Data-Privacy Spotlight. Could Google Be Next? | Washington Post | Pepperdine Newsroom

Facebook Is Now in the Data-Privacy Spotlight. Could Google Be Next? | Washington Post

Dr. Charla Griffy-Brown Quoted in Washington Post Article

April 23, 2018  | 1 min read
Google, the world’s most popular search engine, has the ability to gather more data than most online platforms. But, in the wake of Facebook’s hearings on Capitol Hill, many privacy experts are interested in why Google has been left out of the data- privacy spotlight. The recent Camridge Analytica episode highlighted consumers' fears around how their data can be used against them. Charla Griffy-Brown, a professor of information systems at Pepperdine University's business school shares, "Both of them know us better than our co-workers or people in our family. It all comes down to trust."