In daily life, Google services have become indispensable, ranging from web browsers to email clients to digital wallets and other things. However, it has become clear that the business led by Sundar Pichai always collects user data.
Google gathers information from the use history of the applications you use. Here are a few Google services that collect data:
This e-mail service collects information about the user's contacts, the items the user purchases, the user's contact list, and a variety of other things.
This service gathers information about images taken and saved by its users.
Drive by Google
This service can collect all data stored in Google Drive by users.
This service collects all health data and fitness goals established by users.
Calendar on Google
When a user adds information into Google Calendar, Google will be aware of all upcoming schedules, appointments, and performances.
This e-mail service collects information about the user's contacts, purchases, contact list, and a number of other things.
Images from Google
This service collects data on photographs taken and saved by its users.
This service can capture all data held by users on Google Drive.
This service collects all health information and exercise objectives set by users.
When a user enters data into Google Calendar, Google is made aware of all impending schedules, appointments, and performances.
This is the mobile phone operating system (OS). Google has access to all user activity, including programs that are utilized or have been deleted by users.
So, if you want to prevent Google from collecting your data, here's how, as reported by CNBC International on Friday (11/3/2022):
- Navigate to https://myaccount.google.com/privacycheckup. This is the primary page for working with Google data.
- Access your Google account.
- Next, go through all of the categories, such as Web & App Activity, YouTube Search History, and Location History.
- At the bottom, click "Manage" to understand how Google uses user information and to turn off any information that Google does not want to gather from you.