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Google now lets you password-protect all your searches

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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..

  2. Stop using google and start using duckduckgo…

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

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