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Google now lets you password-protect all your searches

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Google users now have the option to add a password to their Web and Activity page. Turning on the option will prevent anyone who picks up a logged-in device from seeing the device owner’s search history, YouTube watch history, and Google assistant queries without first entering a password. Instructions on how to turn the feature on are available in the article. Google focused a lot on privacy at its I/O keynote last week, announcing a new Private Compute Core for Android, a locked photos folder, and a feature that deletes the last 15 minutes of browsing in Chrome.

3 thoughts on “Google now lets you password-protect all your searches

  1. The fox guarding the henhouse..

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  2. Stop using google and start using duckduckgo…

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  3. Agree–I switched from Google to DuckDuckGo years ago and can’t tell the difference.

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