If you’d like to prevent Google from combining this potentially sensitive data with the information it has collected from your YouTube, Google+, and other Google accounts, you can remove your web history and stop it from being recorded moving forward.
You can remove all of your Web History with the press of a button. (Credit: Malt Elliott/CNET)
After signing into your Google account, type www.google.com/history into your browser. (Alternatively, you can choose Account Setting from the pull-down menu in the upper-right page, scroll down to the Services header and click on the “Go the web history” link.) If your Web History is enabled, you’ll see a list of recent searches and sites visited. Click the gray Remove all Web History button at the top of the page and a subsequent Ok button to clear your Web History.
This action also pauses the Web History feature so that it will no longer track your Web searches and whereabouts. If you’d like to fire it back it, simply click the blue Resume button.
My observation is that for many, Web History is a valuable resource, far exceeding any browser History and to simply pause it or erase it as a knee-jerk reaction based on Privacy Invasion Fears is to both ignore the virtues of the History and to perhaps falsely believe your Privacy is somehow now protected from all potential sites seeking to get your data. It just isn't that simple.
So, am I missing something or does Google keep separate logs in spite of the instructions listed in this article to disable history collection? Google seems to be saying that it does.
All kinds of ideas coming out when the things was been told, whatever, it is good things or not, but who knows.
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