- I booked a flight with ryanair in a browser, where I'm not logged in to google or using googles search engine(I'm using duckduckgo.com)
- I didn't use my Google email address in ryanair!
After booking the flight and sending the pdf containing the boarding passes to someone else who print them out:
I received an email from google that my flight had been added to my calendar!
I wonder now how google could possibly know that I'm flying on that day, and more: In my calendar google added flight time/day/booking number etc.
Is google checking attached documents when sending an email? Could google chrome on my computer spy on opera (I was logged in in chrome but not in opera [Where I perfomed the check-in])
Or is there another way that Google knows these private information?
Thanks in advance
**using ubuntu 17.10 and wasn't using gnomes online accounts
In my google calendar is source email given: So google is checking my attachments! In Germany where I live is this illegal, did I accept something that google is allowed to read my emails and attached documents?