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Here's How to Stop Google From Collecting Data About You

Whether you're someone who uses Google sporadically or in every aspect of life, you should consider limiting what information the company can collect about you. Don't bookmark this for later; it only takes a few simple steps to find this information and save your settings now!

Go to this link, click on the three dots in the upper control, and select activity controls. Here, you can turn off (or on, if you'd like) various products where Google collects information. This includes Chrome, Google Maps, YouTube search history, and more. It should look like the photo below.

It's just one tiny step to keeping anything you do online to yourself.

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Mark Popovich
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