Web History Privacy Notice
February 22, 2007
- You need a Google Account to use Web History. Google asks for some personal information when you create a Google Account, including your email address and a password, which is used to protect your account from unauthorized access. A Google Account allows you to access many of our services that require registration.
- Web History records information about the web pages you visit and your activity on Google, including your search queries, the results you click on, and the date and time of your searches in order to improve your search experience and display your web activity. Over time, the service may also use additional information about your activity on Google or other information you provide us in order to deliver a more personalized experience.
Web History uses the information described above to give you a more personalized search experience. This information will be securely transmitted to Google’s servers and stored in association with your Google Account information in order to provide the service.
- You can terminate your Google Account at any time as described here.
- You can choose to stop storing your web activity in Web History either temporarily or permanently, or remove items, as described in Web History Help.
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