Stop Google Tracking You


Google launched a new page that makes it easier for users to stop it from tracking everything you do online. The changes are part of Google’s effort to meet new European General Data Protection Regulations, but anyone in the world can use the tools to stop Google from logging web activity, location history, device information, voice commands sent to Google Assistant, YouTube Search history and more.

Turn Off Tracking

Visit Google’s Activity Tracking page

Scroll down the page and turn off tracking for each category by tapping the blue pill-shaped icon on the right side of the page.

Do this for Web & App Activity, Location History, Device Information, Voice & Audio Activity, YouTube Search History and YouTube Watch History.

There’s a confirmation box that pops up each time, so click “turn off” to confirm the change.

The blue pill and box will turn grey when it’s off, so each box will look like this:

You’ve now stopped Google from logging much of what you do online. There’s one more thing.


Turn Off Personalized Advertisements 

Click “Ads” at the bottom of the Activity Controls page.

Turn off “Ads Personalization” by tapping the blue pill-shaped icon on the right.

That’s it. Now you’ve disabled Google from logging how you use your devices, where you’ve been, what you’ve searched and more.





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