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"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Google is Making it Easier to Wipe Out Your Search History

Google stores a record of everything you search for on if you’re logged into your Google Account. That information is available to Google employees and possibly can become available to corporations that pay for the information, such as the now-defunct Cambridge Analytica as well as to governments that spy on their own citizens (the USA, Great Britain, Canada, China, most Arab countries, and more) or even spy on the citizens of other countries.

You can clear your local browser history, but that won’t clear what’s stored on Google’s servers. While you’ve been able to dig into the Google Account page and find an activity stream of search history, Google is making it a lot easier to delete this history within search itself today.

Details may be found in an article by Tom Warren in TheVerge web site at:

Another method of avoiding Google’s search spying is to not use Google at all. Use instead. Click here to see this blog’s past articles about

Categories: Online Privacy & Security

1 reply

  1. And/Or: use Startpage.


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