Privacy Policy

We create a range of services that help millions of people discover and interact with the world in new ways every day. Our services include:

  • Google applications, sites, and devices, such as Search, YouTube, and Google Home
  • Platforms like the Chrome browser and the Android operating system


Products that are linked to third-party applications and sites, such as ads and embedded Google Maps
There are many different ways you can use our services to manage your privacy. For example, if you want to create and manage content like email and photos, you can sign up for a Google Account or see more job search results. You can also use many Google services when you are signed-out or create an account, such as searching on Google or watching YouTube videos You can also browse the web privately using Chrome in incognito mode. In all our services, you can decide how we collect and use your information by changing your privacy settings.

To explain the topics very clearly, we've added some examples, elaborate videos, and definitions for particular words. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, you can contact us.

Information collected by GOOGLE
We want you to understand what kind of information we collect when you use our services.

We collect information to provide better services to all of our users - these services, ranging from general information like the language you speak, ads to the most useful to you, the people who matter most to you online or you Which YouTube videos you might like, guess the hard things. The information we collect from Google and the use of that information depend on how you use our services and how you manage your privacy.

When you are not signed in to a Google Account, we collect information related to the unique identifiers of the browser, application, or device you use. This allows us to do many things, such as maintaining your language preference in all browsing sessions.

When you are signed-in, we also collect the information we store in your Google Account, which we consider personal information.
You're created or given us things

When you create a Google Account, you give us personal information, which includes your name and password. You can also add phone numbers or payment information to your account. Even if you are not signed in to a Google Account, you can still give us information, such as email addresses, to receive updates about our services.

We also collect your created content, uploaded content or content sent to you by others when using our services. This includes things like emails you write and the emails you receive, saved photos and videos, documents you create and spreadsheets, and your comments on YouTube videos.
Your information collected while using our services
Your apps, browsers, and devices

We collect information about the applications, browsers, and devices you use to access Google services. This helps us to provide some features, such as automatic product updates and reduced screen brightness when the battery is low.

The information we collect includes information about the mobile network, including unique identifiers, browser type and settings, device type and settings, operating system, mobile, and Internet service provider company names, phone numbers, and application version numbers. General Chat Chat Lounge We also collect information about your application, browser, and device interaction with our services, including the IP address, crash reports, system activity, and date, time, and your requested referrer URL.

We collect this information when a Google service on your device contacts our servers - such as when you install the app from the Play Store or service automatically checks for updates. If you are using an Android device with a Google app, your device periodically contacts Google servers to inform our services about your device and connection. This information includes things like your device type, mobile, and Internet service provider's name, crash reports, and applications you have installed.
Your activity

We collect information about your activity in our services, which we use to do things like suggesting YouTube videos to your liking. The activity information we collect may include:

  • The words you searched for
  • Videos you watch
  • Viewed content and ads and interactions with them
  • Audio and audio information used when using your audio features
  • Purchase activity
  • People you contact or share content with
  • Activity on third-party sites and apps that use our services
  • Your history of Chrome browsing synced with our Google Account
  • If you use our services to make and receive calls or messages and receive messages, we will provide your phone number, the calling party number, the number of the receiving party, forwarding (sending a call to another number). We collect telephone log information such as number, time and date of calls and messages, duration of calls, routing information, and type of calls.


You can check your Google account to find and manage activity information saved in your account.

Go to Google Accounts

Your place information

We collect information about your location when you use our services. This helps us to give you some features, such as giving you driving directions to the weekend, or having movie showtimes in theaters near you.

The exact details of your location are determined in the following ways:

  • GPS
  • IP address
  • Sensor data from your device
  • Information about things near your device, such as Wi-Fi access points, mobile towers, and Bluetooth feature devices
  • The type of data we collect for your location depends in part on your device and account settings. For example, you can turn your Android device's location on or off using the device's Settings app. If you want to create a private map of the places where you carry the device signed in with you, you can also turn on Location History.


In some cases, Google also collects information about you from publicly accessible sources. For example, if your name appears in your local newspaper, Google's search engine may index that article and show it to other people if they search for your name. We may also collect information about you from trusted partners. These include marketing partners (partners) who inform prospective clients of our business-related services and security partners (security partners) who report abuse prevention. We also receive information from advertisers to provide advertising and research services to them.

We use many technologies to collect and store information, including cookies, pixel tags, local storage, such as browser web storage or application data cache, databases, and server logs.

Why GOOGLE collects data
We use data to improve the services

We use the information we collect from all of our services for these purposes:
Offering your services

We use your information to provide our services, such as processing your search terms to deliver results or to help you share content by giving some suggestions from your contacts.
Maintaining and improving our Services

We also use your information to make sure that our services are working as intended, such as tracking disruptions or solutions to your reported issues to us. We use your information to improve our services - for example, understanding which search terms are the most commonly used misspellings. This helps us improve the spell-checking features used in all services.
Developing new services

We use the information we collect in existing services to help develop new services. For example, the knowledge of how people organize photos in Picasa, Google's first photo app, helped us a lot in designing and launching Google Photos.

Offering tailored services, including content and ads

We use the information we collect to tailor our services to your liking, including making suggestions, tailor-made content, and tailor-made search results. For example, Security Checkup provides security advice based on how you use Google products. And Google Play uses information like your pre-installed apps and videos you've watched on YouTube to suggest new apps.

Depending on your settings, we may also show tailored ads to you based on your interests. For example, if you search for "mountain bikes," you might see ads for sports equipment while browsing a site that shows ads served by Google. You can control the information that is used to show ads by visiting your Ads Settings.

We don't show you arbitrary ads based on sensitive categories, such as those based on race, religion, sexual orientation, or health.
We do not share information that personally identifies you in front of advertisers, such as your name or email unless you ask us to do so. For example, if you see an ad for a nearby flower shop and select the "Tap to Call" button, we will connect your call and share your phone number with the flower shop Are.
Go to Ads Settings

Measuring performance

We use data for analytics and measurement to understand how our services are used. For example, we analyze data about your visit to our sites for things like optimizing product design. We also use data about the ads you interact with to help advertisers understand the performance of campaigns. We use a variety of tools to do this, including Google Analytics. When you visit a site that uses Google Analytics, Google, and Google Analytics customers can link to that site with information about your activity with other sites. These other sites are sites that use our advertising services.
Communicate with you

We use the information we collect, such as your email address, to communicate directly with you. For example, if we detect suspicious activity, we may send you information, such as trying to sign in to your Google Account from a different location. Or we may be able to tell you about further changes or improvements to our services. If you contact Google, we will keep a record of your request to help resolve any issues you are experiencing.
Protecting Google, our users, and the public

We use the information to help improve the security and reliability of our services. This includes detecting, preventing, and responding to fraud, abuse, security threats, and technical issues that could harm Google, our users, or the public.

We use various technologies to process your information for these purposes. We use an automated system that analyzes your content to provide you with search results and tailored ads to your liking. In addition, there are other features tailored to your use of our Services. We analyze your content to help us detect abuse, such as spam, malware, and illegal content. We also use an algorithm to identify data patterns. For example, Google Translate helps people communicate across languages ​​by finding common patterns in the phrases you (people) ask.

We may keep the information we collect together between our services and all of your devices for the purposes described above. For example, if you watch videos of guitarists on YouTube, you may see ads for guitar playing on a site that uses our advertising products. Depending on your account settings, your activity on other sites and apps may be linked to your personal information in order to improve the Google services and ads being served by Google.

If other users already have your email address or other information that identifies you, we may show them information associated with your publicly visible Google Account, such as your name and photo. This helps people identify the email you receive.

We will ask for your consent before using your information for the purpose not covered in this Privacy Policy. Your privacy


controls have
options for collecting and deciding what information to use.

This section describes the controls necessary to manage your privacy across our services. You can also check out the Privacy Checkup feature, which provides an opportunity to review and modify important privacy settings. In addition to these tools, we also offer specific privacy settings in our products - you can find more information in our product privacy guide.

Visit the Privacy Checkup

Managing, reviewing and updating
your information When you are signed in, you can review and update the information at any time by visiting the services you are using. For example, both Photos and Drive are designed to help you manage the specific types of content saved with Google.

We've also created a place for you to review and control the information saved in your Google Account. Your Google Account includes:

Privacy Control

Activity Controls
Decide what type of activity you want to save in your account. For example, if you want traffic forecasts for your daily commute, you can turn on Location History or save your YouTube watch history for better video recommendations.
Go to Activity controls

Ads Settings
Manage your choice of ads you see on Google and on sites and apps that partner with Google to show ads. You can change your interests and choose whether your personal information can be used to make ads more relevant to you. In addition, some may turn on or off advertising services.

Ad on setting


about you
control whether other people what to see about you all of the services Google

about you, go to the


shared endorsement (endorsement)
Select whether your name and photo that appears in ads reviews And appear next to your activity as suggestions.

Go to Shared Endorsements


Information
you share If you use G Suite, control who you share information with your Google+ account.

Go to the information shared by you How to

review and update your information

My Activity
My activity allows you to review and control the data created when using Google services, such as your searches or your visit to Google Play. Allow. You can browse by date and topic and delete all your activities partially or completely.

Visit My Activity


Google Dashboard The
Google Dashboard allows you to manage information associated with specific products.

Go to the Dashboard


Your Personal Information
Manage your contact information, such as your name, email and phone number.

Go to private information

When you are signed-out, you can manage information associated with your browser or device, including

: Customizing the ability to search when signed out: Choose whether to use your search activity Whether to give you more relevant results and suggestions.
YouTube settings: Pause and erase your YouTube search history and your YouTube watch history.
Ads Settings: Manage your choice of ads you see on Google and on sites and apps that partner with Google to show ads.
Sending, deleting and deleting your information elsewhere
If you wish to back up content or use it in service outside of Google, you may send a copy of the content to your Google Account.


Transfer

Your Data You may also request the removal of content from certain Google services based on applicable law.

To clear your information, you can:

Erase
your content from specific Google services Find specific items in your account using My Activity and then erase
specific Google products, along with your information associated with them.
Erase your entire Google Account Erase your

information

Lastly, the Inactive Account Manager allows you to give someone else access to a part of your Google Account if you can't access it suddenly.

There are other ways to control the information Google collects, whether or not you are signed in to a Google Account. Includes:

Browser settings: For example, you can configure your browser to indicate when Google has set a cookie in your browser. You can also configure your browser to block all cookies from a specific domain or all domains. But remember that our Services rely on cookies to work well for things like remembering your language preferences.
Device-level settings: Your device may have controls that determine what kind of information we collect. For example, you can change location information settings on your Android device.

Sharing Your Information
When You Share Your Information
Many of our services allow you to share information with others and you can control how you share it. For example, you can share the video publicly on YouTube or you can decide to keep your video private. Remember, when you share information publicly, your content may also be accessed through search engines, including Google Search.

When you sign in to some Google services and perform an activity, your name and photo appear next to that activity. These activities include commenting on a YouTube video or reviewing an app on Play. We may also show this information in ads shown based on your 'Shared Endorsements' setting.

When Google shares your information
we do not share your personal information with companies, organizations or individuals outside of Google. This excludes the following matters: with

your consent
We will share your personal information outside Google when you agree. For example, if you use Google Home to make a reservation through a booking service, we may share your name or phone number with that restaurant. Seek your permission first. We ask for your explicit consent to share any sensitive personal information.

With domain administrators
If you are a student or you work for an organization that Google services (such as the use of the G Suite), the domain of the management of your account Admin and re-selling (resellers) to your Google account Will have access to. They can:

Access and maintain the information stored in your
account, such as your email stats to view statistics about your account, such as how many apps you install
Changing Your Account Password Suspending or Terminating
Access
to
Your Account Your ability to access your account in accordance with applicable law, rule, legal process or government request to enforce Your ability to delete or alter your information or your privacy settings For
external processing,
we ask our partners and other trusted businesses or individuals to share your personal information with us. Let the roses do. This processing is based on our instructions. Also, this processing is in accordance with our privacy policy and any other appropriate privacy policy and security measures. For example, we use service companies to help us with customer support.

For legal reasons
We will share personal information outside Google if we believe in good faith that access to, use, protection or disclosure of the information is necessary for: to

comply with applicable law, rule, legal process, or applicable government request. We share information about the number and types of requests we receive from the government in our Transparency Report.
Enforce applicable terms of service, including investigation of potential violations.
Detecting, preventing or resolving fraud, security, or technical issues.
Protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of Google, our users, or the public, legally or necessary.
We may share non-personally identifiable information publicly and with our partners, such as publishers, advertisers, developers or rights holders. For example, we may share information publicly to show trends about the general use of our services. We also allow specific partners to collect information from your browser or device for the purpose of advertising and measurement, using our own cookies or similar technologies.

If Google is involved in a merger, acquisition or sale of assets, we will keep your personal information confidential and give notice to the affected users before personal information is transferred or becomes subject to a separate privacy policy. Protecting Your Information We strive to


protect our information in order to protect
your information

All Google products are built with robust security features that keep your information safe and secure. The key information we receive as a result of running our services helps us identify security threats and automatically prevent them from reaching you. If we find something really dangerous and we think you should know about it, we will inform you and help you take steps to stay safe.

We work hard to protect you and Google from unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, or loss of information we hold, including:

We use encryption to keep your data private while in transit.
We offer security features like Safe Browsing, Security Checkup, and 2-Step Verification to help you secure your account We collect,
store and process information, including general security measures, to prevent unauthorized use of our system. to do a review of your ways
we have access to this private information to Google employees, contractors and agents Are the ones who need it to process information. Anyone with access operates under a strict rules privacy agreement and disciplinary action may be taken against him or terminated if he does not comply.

Sending and Deleting
Your Information You can send a copy of your information elsewhere or delete it from your Google Account at any time.

If you wish to back up content or use it in service outside of Google, you may send a copy of the content to your Google Account.


Send your data elsewhere To

erase your information, you can:

Erase
your content from specific Google services Find specific items in your account using My Activity and then erase them, along with your information related to specific Google products. Erase. Erase your
entire Google Account Erase your information We collect data individually based on the type of data you maintain, how we use it, and how you have configured the settings. Keep for the time:



You can erase some data whenever you like. Such as content you create or upload. You can also delete activity information saved in your account. In addition, you can choose to have this information automatically erased after a set period of time.
Other data is automatically erased after a certain period of time or the identity of the user associated is hidden. Such as ad data in server logs.
We retain some of the data until you delete your Google Account. For example, information about how you use our services.
We hold for a long time some data for legitimate requirements related to law or business. Such as to prevent fraud and misuse of data, to keep financial records or to protect.
When you erase data, we follow a special erase of data. We do this to ensure that your data is securely and completely deleted from our servers or is kept in a manner that does not reveal the identity of the user. We also try to ensure that the information contained in our Services is not accidentally or inadvertently deleted. Because of this, it may take some time between deleting some of your information and deleting a copy from our current and backup systems.

You can read more about Google's data retention deadline. It will also let you know how long it takes us to delete your information.


Cooperation and interaction with regulators
We review this Privacy Policy regularly and make sure we process your information in a way that is compliant.

Data Transfer
We maintain servers around the world and your information may be processed on servers located outside the country in which you reside. Data protection laws are different in each country; The laws of some countries provide more protection than other countries. No matter where your information is being processed, we apply the same security measures outlined in this policy. We also adhere to certain legal frameworks related to data transfer, such as the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield frameworks.

When we receive formal written complaints, we contact the person who made the complaint. We work with the appropriate regulatory authority, which includes resolving any complaints regarding the transfer of any of your data with local data protection authorities, which we cannot resolve with you directly.

About
this Policy When this policy applies,
this Privacy Policy applies to all services provided by Google LLC and its partners, including third-party sites offering services such as YouTube, Android, and advertising services. This Privacy Policy does not apply to services that have separate privacy policies, which do not include this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to:

Information processes from other companies and organizations that advertise our services, services provided by other
companies or individuals, including products or sites that may include Google services, may be displayed in your search results. Or may be linked to our services,
as
we may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. We will not reduce your rights under this Privacy Policy without your explicit consent. We are always notified of the publication date of the last changes, and we do offer access to the archived version for your review. If the changes are significant, we will send you certain notices (including email notification of the Privacy Policy change for certain services).

Implemented privacy practices
Specific Google
Services The following Privacy Notice provides more information about certain Google services:

  • Chrome and the Chrome operating system
  • Play Books
  • Payments
  • Fiber
  • Google Fi
  • G Suite for Education
  • YouTube Kids
  • For children under 13 (or applicable in your country), select the 'Google Account' managed by Family Link
  • A recording of sound and audio collected from a children's feature at Google Assistant
  • Other useful resources
  • The links below highlight useful resources to learn more about our processes and privacy settings.


Your Google Account is the hub of many settings for managing
your account. The Privacy Checkup guides you through the important privacy settings for your Google Account.
Google's Safety Center helps you learn more about our built-in security privacy, controls, and tools to help you set the basic digital rules for your family online Privacy
& Terms This Privacy Policy and our Terms of Service Provides more information regarding The

technology includes more information about:

  • How Google uses cookies
  • The technology used for advertising
  • How Google uses pattern recognition to identify things like faces in photos
  • How Google uses information from sites or apps that use its services

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