DeGoogle Life

Google is well-known at this point for tracking just about everything they can, to the extent that they track your location even if you’ve turned off ‘Location Services’ on your phone, track all of your purchases via your Gmail emails, and keep various bits of your data for a minimum of 9 months up to indefinitely.

This may not be an issue for some, but I’d prefer to see how much data is actually tracked about me and how much control I can actually have over this process, this article will go through roughly what Google tracks about you and what you can do to change it.


What does Google think about me?

If you want to see what Google knows, and also what they predict about you then you just need to do the following –

  1. Go to Google.com
  2. Click your profile image at the top…

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