First, it's now easier for users to delete and control their search data, making it more hard to target ads to them.
Here's where you alter your privacy controls in search.
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Users had to open the My Activity page after signing in to their Google account to delete some or even all of the records. Both claim that the companies engage in deceptive practices, letting users believe that they have disabled location tracking, yet the data is still being "secretly" collected.
If you've ever gotten discouraged trying to find exactly where in Google's menus to view and edit your search history, Google hears you. Here's what you need to know. You'll be able to review and delete your recent Search activity as well as get faster access to privacy controls giving you access to your Ad Settings so you can control which ads you see when you search and let you control what data from Search Google can save. This quick access has also been extended to privacy controls and ad settings, which means users can control the ads you see from Search itself. Speaking at a privacy conference in Brussels, Cook said the collection of huge amounts of personal data by tech companies is harming the society. It'll then bring up a form where you can set a date range through which your activity will be deleted, as well as the Google products that this will apply to.
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Google announced last night that it has simplified the process of deleting your search activity. Certainly, having a call-to-action on its desktop home page, and a menu option within the mobile experience, will make this more top-of-mind for Google searchers. It's rolling out today on Search for desktop and mobile web, with a Google App launch for iOS and Android happening at some point in the next few weeks.
The move to make privacy settings more prominent comes at a time when Google is under an intensifying spotlight over privacy issues. Realizing this is too complicated for most users, Google says it'll expand this new approach to Maps and other Google products.
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