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Google as a provider of many digital applications knows a number of personal data of its users. Starting from the track record of searching videos on YouTube, to the trail of travel on Google Maps. Google stores that data even though the app is never used at all. This is of course quite worrying because it relates to user privacy. Google users who want to secure their personal data can delete the recorded data.
If you don't want your partner, friends, or family to peek at your Google search history or YouTube views, but don't want to go incognito, the good news is that you can breathe a sigh of relief because you can protect your search history on Google from prying eyes as you can now hide both of them behind password verification.