There’s a great article in the Daily Mail online about Google and it’s plan to track your every online move.

Apparently there is just a week to go until Google controversially changes its privacy policy to allow it to gather, store and use personal information about its users. But there is one way to stymie the web giant’s attempts to build a permanent profile of you that could include personal information including age, gender, locality and even sexuality.

From March 1, you won’t be able to opt out of the new policy, which has been criticised by privacy campaigners who have filed a complaint to U.S. regulators.

But before that date you can delete your browsing history and, which will limit the extent to which Google records your every move – including your embarrassing secrets. If you want to know how to delete your browsing history then you can go to the Daily Mail article by clicking on the link below.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2105435/Three-simple-steps-delete-Google-browsing-history–late.html

Although disabling web history will not prevent Google from gathering and storing this information and using it for internal purposes, but it mean the Web giant will anonymise the data in 18 months. It will also prevent it from certain kinds of uses, including sending you customized search results.