Google’s My Account page gives easy access to privacy and security tools by Android and Me
Google adds central hub for your security and privacy settings.
Google has changed the way in which you can keep on top of your privacy and security settings across its services in a bid to make it easier for users.
Google's ‘My Account’ page will provide more context around your privacy decisions in relation to Google’s services.
There’s a security checkup on the page that will walk you through security settings and recent events, connected devices and which apps have access to your account info etc.
Google’s included access Ad Settings tool, which allows you to tailor ads or opt out of personalized ads altogether.
In addition to the My Account page, Google also provides new site at privacy.google.com as a central location for questions about the company’s privacy practices.
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