Here’s How Google Tracks You – and What You Can Do About It

Privacy and data security (Yahoo!, Evernote, and Russia, we’re looking at you) are emerging as big topics for the coming year, so we thought we’d boil down an earlier, beefy post on Google into this handy infographic. Because if you’re online, chances are good you’re engaging with the company one way or another. What Google products are you using? What are your device settings as you use them? Starting to think through these questions will not only help you understand how Google tracks you, but it will also help you make more informed decisions about what’s being done with your data, and whether you’d like to rethink how you use Google products and services.

For more detailed information, including clickable links to the resources mentioned, check out the backing post here.

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Chea Yeam
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