Privacy has always been a matter of concern. Google is one of those companies that have many data users. Google has made plenty of tools available to help users control their data. After some robust scrutinizing, Google is adding new controls of privacy for making it easier to delete search history some other content. It is not astonishing anymore that Google stores a large amount of your data when you enjoy Youtube, look for Google maps, etc. If you want to delete that data, then you need to access your privacy settings. The search giant has now made it pretty easy to delete search history. It is constantly adding new features to control privacy.
Delete your Search Data
The company is presenting new changes to look for the desktop today. iOS and Android will follow in the form of updates in upcoming days. You can directly review and delete the current search history from a desktop browser.
- Go to the Google search page.
- Tap on the Control your data in Google.
- It will be under the search box.
- You will be presented with a short video explaining how does Google use your data with search history.
- You can delete your search activity.
- You will be able to delete search activity and links to other privacy controls.
What else is taking place?
The company is looking to add privacy controls to other services such as Maps. It is fine if you expect a complete maintenance of the privacy settings. It is also adding some swift controls to disable and customize and restrain Google sites from saving information. These changes took place when people got to know about how does it manage your data.
With Chrome 69, there was a controversial feature of auto login that company reversed back. Although Google tracks you in many ways, if you have a home speaker then you will find that it records almost everything you say. In the contemporary world, it is next to impossible to survive without Google. It is tracking down its features to maintain your privacy.
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