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Google’s New Non-Privacy Policy

This may be a dollar short and a day late, but Google’s new privacy policy is now in effect.   Basically the new policy says Google can do just about anything it wants with your data.

To Opt out:

1) Log into your Google account.

2) Locate your username in the upper right corner and click on it.

3) Click on the “Services Section”

4) I deleted my entire profile from here.  Hope Google still allows you to do this.

5)  Then click on “Go to Web History”

6) Pause your web history

7) click on the check box and the click on “Remove all History”.

Now stop using Google Chrome and download Mozilla Firefox.   Mozilla is much more concerned with your privacy than Google is.

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  1. Jim Turner
    March 1, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    What about GoogleApps????

    • March 3, 2012 at 2:37 pm

      The University of Delaware IT department claims the policy does not affect University users.

      “When we signed the contract for Google Apps at UD, we made sure that the contract is in compliance with our responsibilities under FERPA, HIPAA and other federal and state laws,” Pat Sine, director of IT Client Support and Services

      As far a Google Apps for Android users…we’re screwed. Looks like I’ll be moving to the iPad and and iPhone.

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