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Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them
Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them

Unending scrutiny from regulators is keeping pressure on Google to get better about explaining how it tracks users and how they can tinker with privacy settings. On Monday, Google unveiled a website at privacy.google.com that answers questions more clearly than ever. In case you didn’t know, Google keeps a record of what websites you visit, where you travel to and what videos you watch on YouTube. It probably has your name and phone number, but it doesn’t sell information that would identify you. If you use Gmail and Drive, Google also has access to the contents of emails and documents. Collecting all of that information makes its services more useful, relevant...

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