Friday, October 15, 2010

Easy tips to control your privacy



Google Product Manager Jonathan McPhie was in DC recently to meet with privacy advocates, academics and members of the media to help spread the word about our new Privacy Tools page on the Google Privacy Center. While in town we asked Jonathan to explain some simple ways you can take control of your own privacy when using Google. Check out the video.

2 comments:

. , said...

The New York Times, Britain's The Guardian, Germany's Der Spiegel, France's Le Monde and Spain's El Pais published the first batch of the documents on Sunday, saying more would follow in the coming days.

I tried searching for Wikileaks and nothing showed up ... went to BING and bingo! Went to dogpile and bingo! Went to a few other search engines and bingo!

I'm very disappointed in Google restricting, filtering and controlling information ... I've change from google as my primary search engine.

Disappointed,
Roger C. Wise
rogercwise@gmail.com

Sharon said...

someone has hacked into my email address book and all of my email history contacts and are sending them emails for drugs, sex, and everything inappropriate. What can YOU do about this?? I'm will soon cancel my google account if not fixed.