Despite being data-hungry, Google still has a good reputation for a tech company. But that doesn’t mean that it’s immune to the same greedy tactics other businesses pull. Google keeps tabs on your location, tracks search history, and builds a digital profile based on your browsing habits. That being said, it is possible to look up and delete most of the data Google has on you. We’ll be going over Google’s data tracking habits, and how you can remove each piece of your digital footprint.
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