According to a recent report by Computerworld, Google knows your WiFi password, and the WiFi password of millions of Android users around the world.
The WiFi password data on your Android device is apparently stored in such a way that Google could see what peoples individual passwords were of they wanted to.
This has lead to a number of privacy concerns, although Google are no stranger to privacy issues, what this also means is that if the government asked for these WiFi passwords, Google would have to hand them over, it also means that if someone else managed to get access to the passwords they would have access to your WiFi network.
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