Google following your every move here is how to limit it


Google following your every move here is how to limit it


Google following your every move here is how to limit it

  1. Get on your desktop or cell phone and go to myaccount.google.com.
  2. Scroll down to "Personal Info and Privacy" and click on "Manage Your Google activity." Click on "Go to Activity Controls."
  3. Turn off "Location History" by sliding the button to the left so it's now gray.
  4. When it takes you to a second screen, hit "Pause," and then hit the "Pause" button again.
  5. Scroll up to where it says "Web & App Activity" and turn that off by sliding the button left so it's now gray.
  6. A second screen appears again, and again you want to hit "Pause." You're all set, and now have limited Google's ability to track you.
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