I mean that change is going to benefit the users or not because it looks like google want to spy on people so where is the privacy on that? If you know tell me please, thank you.
This explicitly shows how Google want to narrow the search results specifically to you, or who they think you are. Which they make to sound innocuous enough, but it means that you’ll be missing out on whole swathes of information that Google thinks isn’t relevant to you – it’s worrying that the search engine has such control over the information that you access on the supposedly free, democratic internet.
They want to know every detail what you do online for the purpose of making more money from ad revenues. A huge chunk of there revenue comes from ad revenue so this is a better way to roll up every service into one to find out your daily habits, and that is why congress and others are investigating them because there is no opt out for users on how Google will use this information.
What privacy? It benefits everyone who wants to know what your doing, where your visiting, and what your posting. As I see it, it benefits business and government in an assortment of ways.
They said it is to cover data use: http://funadvice.com/r/15q288an5uu
to make it more reliable to use for its users