Discussion in 'Computers, Games, Electronics etc' started by Briansol, Feb 28, 2012.
How to delete your Google Browsing History before new policy
I don't understand why they want to do this when they know they are going to have thousands of law suites
Mine wasn't even turned on?
one of my accounts was one wasnt
im sure google already knows that i watch entirely too much porn and beat more meat than Rocky Balboa
My Google history.
4. Jeep parts
5. RC car parts
So if they tell you how to turn it off, why even bother having the shit that "watches" you. I would think 99% of people are just going to turn it off.
cause most people just hit dismiss. they alert you every time you hit a google page while you're logged in. if you hit dismiss that's not their fault.
good looks B
yeah looks like mine isnt even on since that method just took me in circles.
Will it stay turned.off after the switch though?
Mine is probably porn, porn, gun parts, car parts, lyrics, porn.
Reading > You
Um, no. I read that. But if the entire policy is changing anyway this feature could disappear after it's in place. If their new policy is to track and collect everything you do it's a very valid question. And its probably why the article says "How to delete your Google Browsing History before new policy." Try reading that.
Key words being "history" and "collected." Notice theyre in past tense.
Yea, mine was already paused too...
To the best of my knowledge, this just stops past data. after go-live of their new big brother system, its all fair game.
Yea. That's what I'm figuring. Shitty.
If you're going to do some wack searching, pop open ie (or some other browser that you never use) and make sure you aren't logged in.
mine wasn't even turned on.
I had the options:
"No thanks" & "Turn web history on"
Why do you guys stayed logged into Google while searching? The only time I login into it is if I need to check my gmail. I rarely ever even do that, my gmail comes directly to my phone...
I don't stay logged in
Even if I'm not logged in, I'm sure THEY are still tracking me. Unfortunately it's a part of our lives because it makes the sheep feel more secure. Until the sheep stop asking for them to take our liberties so as to make us "safer," It won't get any better.
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