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cookie stores a record of the sites that you visit. This data might determine the
ad content that you see.
collected data doesn't include your phone number, name, address,
or email address.
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Why Google collects data
- To audit and research, allowing service maintenance and improvements
- To protect Google or its users
- To provide services, including custom content and advertising
What Google collects
- Affiliated Google Services. Google offers services through other Web
sites. Google might receive personal data that you provide to those sites. Affiliated sites might have their own
- Cookies. When you visit Google, Google sends cookies that uniquely identify your browser.
- Data that you provide. Registration data (such as your name, email address and password).
determines the data that an application or gadget collects.
- Links. Google might track whether you follow links.
- Location. Google offers location-enabled services, such as Google Maps for mobile. If you
use those services, Google might receive data about your location.
- Logs. When you access Google services, servers record data from your browser.
- User communications. Google saves email or other communications that you send to Google.
Why Google shares personal data
- Because Google has your consent.
- Because the data is aggregate, non-personal data. For example, how many users
clicked on an advertisement. Such data doesn't identify you individually.
- To process personal data on Google's behalf. Third parties process such data under Google's
- To satisfy regulations, enforce terms of service, or manage security problems.
Your privacy choices
To serve Web ads, Google uses the DoubleClick advertising
cookie (DART). For this cookie, you can manage your ad preferences by accessing the Ads Preferences Manager.
You can opt out of the DoubleClick cookie anytime. To opt out, use DoubleClick’s opt-out cookie.
You can set your browser to show when a site is sending a cookie. You can set your browser to refuse
all cookies. If you disable your cookies, some Google features might not function
You can refuse to submit personal data to any Google service. In that case, Google might not be
able to provide those services to you.
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