Google collects most of your personal data to improve your experiences. You will be surprised to know how much Google knows about you. In this blog, we will show you what Google tracks and what it knows about you.
Google stores your location, every time you turn your phone on, if you have enabled a location service. Google knows almost everywhere you have been, since you started using Google on your phone. Google location history, shows the complete record of places you have visited. It also shows at what time in the day were you at different locations and how much time it took to travel between two locations.
Everything you search on Google across all your devices, will be stored in a separate database. You won't be able to get rid of it, just by deleting your phone history. To delete your search history, you have to go to the database from all individual devices.
3. Google stores your youtube history
Google stores your youtube search history. It knows exactly what you have watched and searched on youtube. On the basis of videos you watch, google can identify your religion, political leanings, economic status, personality type and so on.
4. Google creates an advertisement profile based on your info
On the basis of your information such as your location, age, gender, hobbies, career, interests, relationship status and income, Google creates an advertisement profile for you.
Google has information about every app and extension you use. Google knows how often you use them, where you use them and who you are talking to on Facebook. Google also knows what countries you have visited and at what time you go to sleep.
This does not end here. Google stores all your bookmarks, sent and received emails, contacts, your Google Drive files, the photos you've taken on your phone, the companies you have bought from, the products you have bought through Google and so on.