Almost anything that is accessible through the web, can be accessed by anyone, as long as that person has the privilege that usually comes in the form of login credentials.
The world is slowly digitalizing itself by having more and more of its information transformed into data that travels through networks using bits and bytes.
But behind those digitalized data, platforms and hardware, there are people who created them.
Just like any other human creations, software has flaws. The question that follows is: who is going to find them first?
The internet is a growing space, and it will grow larger thanks to the increasing amount of users and nodes.
Google is the search giant of the web. But that only scratches the surface, because Google has occupied many of people's digital lives, beyond just Google.com.
With smartphone batteries are getting generally larger in capacity and people use their smartphones more often than before, fast-charging is their lifesaver.
True, but unfortunately only to some extent.
In the past, people secure their personal belongings with locks and behind safes. In the world of technology, people can use passwords. But going a bit beyond that, people can use their fingerprints.
Google is one big tech company, one of the very few capable of rewriting the rule book.
For many reasons for most people, Google is the most powerful, most capable, the most reliable, and the most undisputed ubiquitous search engine the web has even seen.