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New level of Google creepy for me. Was searching a show and somehow it knew I'm subscribed to Hulu. Check out the pic. It says subscribed under Hulu. I have no idea how I've never used Hulu on my phone or on chrome browser.enter image description here!

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it does not appear to be on-topic on Ask Different. Additionally, it isn't clear what the OP is trying to ask here. – Nimesh Neema Feb 14 at 5:24
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    Besides being off topic for this site, you should be aware that Google Sells Your Data – Allan Feb 14 at 5:48
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is a screenshot from an Android phone regarding "Google Now". – Jash Jacob Feb 14 at 6:20
  • @JashJacob now = know. How does google know about my Hulu ? – ankii Feb 14 at 6:35
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    @ankii because it is not Apple related... – Solar Mike Feb 14 at 8:07
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Probably because you signed into Hulu using a Gmail, or more likely Google found some connection between your Google account and Hulu account, because finding things are what they do for a business (totally not because of some backdoor stuff that we are not supposed to know). They are just trying to make things more convenient for you while making some money off of it, its a win-win as I see it

BTW, this is the Apple StackExchange, not for Hulu nor Google nor Chrome and definitely not for the Android you are using.

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