When we’re not looking: How Google and Facebook use data to shape our online lives

On the eve of the United Nations climate change summit, the US-based company Google is launching an ambitious effort to change how people access information online.

Its aim is to use a combination of technology and social networks to help consumers make more informed decisions about where to shop and what to watch, read and listen to online.

The new project, called Google Adwords, is one of the first of its kind, combining the technology of Google AdSense, the most widely used ad exchange program in the world, with the powerful tools of social media and other networks to build a network of real-time audiences to influence consumer behaviour.

Google AdWords has been rolled out in a number of countries including Germany, the UK, and the US.

Its first rollout in the US was in July and Google is hoping that more countries will follow.

Google has a strong track record with the social media space, having built its own brand of online advertising, known as Google+ and using its expertise in digital advertising to build its Google News app.

The company has been experimenting with different ways of building a social media audience in order to target specific groups.

In May, it launched a new initiative called “Advertisers’ Edge”, a new platform where advertisers can advertise directly to a particular audience of consumers using a combination in-store, mobile and online advertising.

The platform, which launched in the UK and Germany in July, will allow brands and publishers to create a new audience in the form of consumers.

The goal is to get consumers to take action by showing them advertisements in their local news and social media feeds, for example, in order for them to become more engaged with the brands they like and engage with the brand itself.

The Advertisers Edge platform, announced in a Google+ post in June, is aimed at getting consumers to engage with brands.

Google says it aims to deliver more than 1 billion ads in 2020.

The idea is to combine the power of the internet and the power that advertisers have on consumers with the power to influence their behaviour through the use of technology.

“Advertising has been in decline for some time,” said Nick Sullivan, Google’s senior vice president of product marketing.

Advertiser Adwords is a powerful way for advertisers to engage people with the most relevant and relevant content on the web, to make them feel heard and included. “

This is one example of that.

Advertiser Adwords is a powerful way for advertisers to engage people with the most relevant and relevant content on the web, to make them feel heard and included.

It will help us build new audiences across a broad range of consumer sectors, including the consumer goods, technology and travel industries.”

The AdWords platform is expected to be rolled out to a number more countries by the end of 2020.

Users of the platform will be able to browse through a list of the brands and brands that advertisers are currently offering in their communities.

The ads will be displayed on their home page, where they will have a little sticker of the brand or brands they’ve been shown.

“The AdvertisERS Edge platform will enable advertisers to reach the largest number of audiences,” said Jake Pomerantz, a Google marketing director, in a blog post.

“We’re excited to see what consumers and brands think about it.”