7 Sep 2016

Don't Panic! How To Remove Your Online Footprint.

Big Brother?

You can start this eye-opening journey by heading to Google’s history page and looking at the long list of recordings. The company has a specific audio page 

Most importantly your browsing history:
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/google-quietly-recording-hear-it-delete-it-stop/#fB5E5IzfkKlK4Y4P.99

After you further panic by listening to or scrolling through Google’s creepy recordings of your search history, is to delete them all and disable the functions.
The Independent explains just how to do this:
To delete particular files, you can click the check box on the left and then move back to the top of the page and select “delete”. To get rid of everything, you can press the “More” button, select “Delete options” and then “Advanced” and click through.
The easiest way to stop Google recording everything is to turn off the virtual assistant and never to use voice search. But that solution also gets at the central problem of much privacy and data use today – doing so cuts off one of the most useful things about having an Android phone or using Google search.
Now that you know this exists quit voluntarily handing over your data to unknown parties and share this article with your friends and family to show them how to stop it as well.