Google is tracking the whereabouts of billions of its customers, even when they tell the tech giant not to. Here is what you need to know about this practice, including how to minimize the amount of data being stored about you.
- As part of Gmail's redesign in 2018, Google introduced the Confidential Mode to protect sensitive information sent by email. Learn how it works and why you should avoid using it in your business.
- If you use Windows 10 and have a Microsoft account, you can easily see the types of data that Microsoft has stored about you. Learn where you can find this data and how to delete it.
- By default, Windows 10 sends a large amount of diagnostic data to Microsoft. If you are concerned about the types of data being sent, you might want to take advantage of the Diagnostic Data Viewer. Learn how to use this tool and what you can do if you do not like what you see.
- In Google's eyes, websites using HTTP are not secure, so it is marking them as such, starting in the Chrome 68 web browser. Find out why Google is taking this stance.