How To Delete Google’s Copy Of Everything You’ve Ever Browsed Online

Do you know that Google monitors your online activities,
keeps records of every websites you’ve ever visited when logged in… and even
keeps record of that junk site you are secretly browsing and you thought as if
you are the only one that knows but Google is recording you in 4D format.

Google is not just a search engine but also performs online
secret detective recording your online behavior, stores your info and
everything you do online. It is absolutely correct that Google may have a
complete list of almost everything you’ve ever looked at.
But if you are such a person that love to keep your data
private, then you will find this info useful.
Here is how to see and delete everything Google knows and
keep about your online activities.
>>Go to My Activity and see for yourself
everything Google have stored about your online secret activities. You can
choose to delete them one by one or leave them for future purposes
>>You can turn it off by heading to Activity Control here
before deselecting Web & App Activity, uncheck “Include Chrome browsing history and
activity from websites and apps that use Google services”

the same “Activity Controls” page, users can also disable location tracking,
contact and calendar storing, Google’s ability to record and store your voice
recordings, and YouTube search and watch history.
Hope this helps?

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