Are you worried about your privacy? Does the fact that Google collects information about you give you the creeps. While many members of the global community are angry about how much information the major online and computer companies collect on you, what if there was a way to combat and stop it. Even if it was a small part of it?
Well, Yahoo! News has the step by step instructions for “How to Download and Delete What Google Search Knows About You”:
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Have you ever wondered what Google Search really knows about you? Well, now you can check, as Google has added a new feature that lets you view and download your entire search history.
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The feature, which was spotted by the unofficial Google Operating System Blog — though VentureBeat points out that the function was made available in January — gives you access to everything from what you searched for to the links you clicked on from those searches. It also shows you the addresses you’ve searched for.
I was even able to see the list of images I clicked on while searching for pictures of cats eating spaghetti. Now imagine what you’ve looked for. Oh, and clearing your browser history won’t delete this data.
But there’s no reason to panic, because in addition to being able to download your search history, you can clear it.
First, here’s how to download your history:
1. Navigate to Google’s Web and App Activity page.
2. Next, click the gear icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
3. Then select Download from the drop-down menu.
You’ll then receive a pop-up window warning you not to download your search history to a public computer, as it contains a large amount of sensitive information.
4. If you want to continue, click Create Archive.
Once your history is downloaded, you’ll receive a link in a few seconds that lets you view your data.
If you don’t want to download your data, and would rather get rid of it, you can do that as well. Of course, there are some reasons to let Google keep your search data. For one thing, it guarantees faster search results. It also ensures that Google Now has all of the latest relevant information about you. If you delete your data, your searches won’t be as tailored to your habits.
Still want to get rid of your search history? Here’s how:
Before we get started, it’s worth pointing out that if you want to keep your information hidden, you can use your browser’s privacy option, which keeps Google from saving your data — though it can still be seen by your service provider or employer.
Simply deleting you browser history won’t clear the data saved by Google, as you’re only deleting the information stored by your browser and not what’s on Google’s servers. To do that, you’ll have to:
1. Navigate to the Web and App Activity Page and click the gear icon in the top-right corner.
2. Select Remove Items and choose the beginning of time from the drop-down menu.
3.Click Remove and kiss your data goodbye.
That’s it. All of your search history will be deleted, and you’ll never have to worry about Google knowing about the time you looked for tickets to a Justin Bieber concert.
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