by trishvu on Mar 01, 2012
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Google is known to be one of the most use search engine and Youtube also one of the biggest an online streaming, sharing video site, are going to collect and follow your activities when you visit one ...
Google is known to be one of the most use search engine and Youtube also one of the biggest an online streaming, sharing video site, are going to collect and follow your activities when you visit one of their site.
Google will hit the button and your data will start linking across the company's e-mail, video, social-networking, and other service.
They are planning to follow users on what the search on Google, Youtube, Gmail and all its ubiquitous websites
But why such a drastic change?!?
The reason why they feel they need to follow people activity is because they feel that it benefits the company and the users. But the real reason is Google sees this as another income. They believe that with this new policy, it can pull in revenues from ads targeted at users historical search terms, locations, messaging conversation, e-mail and state preferences.
It’s a new policy introduce to tailor’s its ads to peoples taste. The company will have a better understanding of their users search and gear their ads towards it. When you sign into android or Gmail, Youtube your information will be combine from one service to another making it easier to navigate. Google feels that this new policy will benefit the users and the company because they can provide the user with a better personal Google experience. Providing users with information that they feel users are more interested in when doing a search.
Here are some alternatives and ways to prevent your information from being collected.
If you'd like to prevent Google from combining this potentially sensitive data with the information it has collected from your YouTube, Google+, and other Google accounts, an alternative method is to remove your Web History and stop it from being recorded moving forward.
One way to do this is by erasing all of your history. Go to https://www.google.com/history. You can choose Account Settings from the pull-down menu in the upper-right corner of a Google product such as Gmail, Google+, or Google.com. From the Account Settings page, scroll down to the Services header and click on the "Go to web history" link. Click on the Remove all Web History button at the top of the page and a subsequent OK button to clear your Web History.
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