Google is possibly one of the largest tech giants around. Just shy of 4.4 billion users, it’s safe to say Google handles plenty of data.1 More accurately, it collects plenty of information about you (and what you like).
Other large tech companies such as Facebook, Zoom, Apple, and others also collect your data. But aren’t you curious how much information Google actually collects about you? Between all of the apps and services Google offers–Gmail, G Suite, Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Meet and Google Classrooms–that’s a lot of information.
Can you actually delete your search history from Google’s technological memory? Is Incognito Mode really private browsing?
You deserve to know how much information Google actually keeps about you, along with what this tech giant does with it. No matter how rare it is in this techno age, your data is your privacy, and your privacy is your safety. Let’s discuss what Google does with your data and how you can delete it (for real).