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If you are using a website logged in, say google.com. All your activity on google (and beyond with things like cookies, trackers, fingerprinting, browser type - but that’s for another article) are logged and used for personalization. 

This could potentially pose a risk to your privacy. The great thing is most major platforms nowadays offer individuals a way to opt-out of this logging.

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If you’d like to understand more about Zendata’s solutions and how we can help you, please reach out to the team today.

Here are ways to protect your personal information:

  1. Go to Google.com. Click on the account icon on top right hand corner and click on manage your Google Account
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  • Select Data and Privacy in the left hand navigation
  • Pause: Web & App Activity, Location History, Youtube History
  • Turn off: Ad personalization and Personal results in Search
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  • Audit third-party apps that have access to your google data and remove the ones you don’t use or recognize
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  • Audit third-party apps that have access to your google data and remove the ones you don’t use or recognize

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Protecting your web activity on Google

July 25, 2022

If you are using a website logged in, say google.com. All your activity on google (and beyond with things like cookies, trackers, fingerprinting, browser type - but that’s for another article) are logged and used for personalization. 

This could potentially pose a risk to your privacy. The great thing is most major platforms nowadays offer individuals a way to opt-out of this logging.

Contact Us For More Information

If you’d like to understand more about Zendata’s solutions and how we can help you, please reach out to the team today.

Here are ways to protect your personal information:

  1. Go to Google.com. Click on the account icon on top right hand corner and click on manage your Google Account
Google Account Icon - Zendata
  • Select Data and Privacy in the left hand navigation
  • Pause: Web & App Activity, Location History, Youtube History
  • Turn off: Ad personalization and Personal results in Search
History settings - Zendata
  • Audit third-party apps that have access to your google data and remove the ones you don’t use or recognize
Apps and Services - Zendata
  • Audit third-party apps that have access to your google data and remove the ones you don’t use or recognize