In recent years has been news in the media, with some other process of sanction in between, the little respect for the privacy of users by large companies in the sector such as Facebook or the company that concerns us, Google. In this sense, and for the peace of future visitors to Stadia, the giant of Mountain View has ensured in new statements its firm commitment to respect these consumer rights.
“This is built on the robust privacy and personal information policy of Google, and we are not going to change this directive through Stadia at all,” said Phil Harrison, head of the streaming service, in a few words collected by the specialized website. Game Industry. “The user account of Stadia is based on your Google profile, but obviously you can have a different online identification and different to your Google account,” he added in this regard.
Recently, without leaving the videogame industry, we picked up a controversy that forced Epic Games to defend against accusations of espionage to users, a topic that has put on the table a debate, that of privacy, which up to now was produced more in the territory of social networks, internet search engines and mobile devices that in the pure interactive entertainment sector.
If you are interested in knowing more about the ambitious bet for the video games by streaming of the giant of the new technologies of Mountain View, do not hesitate to consult our special in 3DJuegos with the 5 things that you need to know about Google Stadia.
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