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Things you do

When you use google services — for example, do a search on Google, get directions on Google Maps, or watch a video on YouTube — it collects data to make these services work for you. This can include:

  • Things you search for
  • Websites you visit
  • Videos you watch
  • Ads you click on or tap
  • Your location
  • Device information
  • IP address and cookie data
Things you create

If you are signed in with your Google Account, it stores and protects what you create using their services. This can include:

  • Emails you send and receive on Gmail
  • Contacts you add
  • Calendar events
  • Photos and videos, you upload
  • Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Drive
Things that make you “you”

When you sign up for a Google account, it keeps the basic information that you provide. This can include your:

  • Name
  • Email address and password
  • Birthday
  • Gender
  • Phone number
  • Country

You always have an option to go into your google privacy setting and clear the information that was collected about you. Also, you can restrict google from further collecting the data about you.

1. Click on the ‘View Apps’ and go to ‘My Account’ to edit the Privacy and Security settings for your google account

My Account

2. Clicking on Privacy Checkup will open the below screen. Click on START NOW.

Privacy Checkup

3. If you wish to edit any details, click on Learn More/EDIT YOUR PHONE NUMBERS.Once done, click on NEXT.

Privacy Checkup

4. Edit the required setting and click on NEXT.

Edit the required setting

5. Choose what information google can save about you. Once done, click on NEXT.

Edit the required setting

6. Manage your add setting and click on NEXT.

Add Setting

7. Privacy setting have been modified and clicking on VISIT SECURITY CHECKUP will take you to the security settings for your account.

Privacy Setting

8. You may check and edit/delete the security details as per your wish.

Mange Security