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Does Fedora share my personal information with Google (already)?

Many people come to Fedora to escape data collection and commercialization. Windows 10 is a professional collection platform with a cartoonish interface full of ways to buy things.

Fedora is not that way at all. Question: has Google already found a way to collect on Fedora users from the OS or from the browser? And does the Fedora company sell my information?

I know that Fedora 28 has third-party apps. I hope that I have not sacrificed my privacy by allowing them. Whatever else I do, it won't be using Chrome.

Third question: is Google already collecting on me when I authorize third-party apps in general without downloading Chrome?

Thank you