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Google keeps track of everywhere you go

This is how you can stop them from tracking you.

Google stores a detailed a log of everyplace you go to,& if you use Google services and apps on your device. It has a very high level of detail that might freak you out. Fortunately Google makes it simple to find this information and limit how it can track you. Here’s how:

Firstly, go to myaccount.google.com/privacycheckup. This is a good page to bookmark, since it gives you control over most of Googles privacy settings. Then, scroll down to Location History and choose Manage Location History. This is where you’ll see everywhere you’ve been. Its a freaky level of detail. Tap Manage Location History at the bottom of the screen again. Toggle the button to turn off Location History. To delete your history, do this: Tap the settings button on the Location History map. Select Delete all location history.

That’s not all, Google will continue tracking your location unless you also turn off a separate Web & App Activity tracker. Google says it tracks your location from apps to provide better recommendations, and more personalized experiences in Maps, Search, and other Google services. To turn off web and app activity, do this Go to myaccount.google.com/activitycontrols Turn off the Web & Activity toggle.

You are now free to go where you want without big brother watching and tracking.

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