Do you want to know what Google knows about you? Earlier we told you how to delete the personal data that Google collects from you.
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Here are 6 links which will tell you some information that Google collects about you.
1. Your Profile in Google
Google creates your profile with basic information about you, like age, gender, interests. This personal data is used by Google to send you Ads. You can see this information here:
2. Your Location History
If you have any Android device, it can send your coordinates and speed to Google. You can see all your location data on Google and you can even save it to a file.
3. Your Search History
Google can save your search history. More than that, Google is saving updates about your search history and the links you clicked on:
4. List of Devices that Got Access to Your Account
If you want to know if someone else is using your account you can see the list of devices that got access to your account, as well as their IP addresses and location:
5. List of All Apps that Have Access to Your Account
Google can show you the list of all apps that have any kind of permission to your device. You can see what kind of permission they have and to what. You can also remove permission that you don’t like.
6. Google Takeout to Export All Your Data
You can easily export all your data Google knows about you, like bookmarks, mailbox, contacts, calendar and Google Drive, as well as YouTube videos and all your photos. For this check the link below.
To protect your privacy you should not register anywhere, not to use any mailbox, Facebook or anything else. If you register somewhere, automatically you give information and the service you registered to start to find more info about you which can be sold to someone else or used to send you offers and ads.
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