Google simplifies security and privacy with “My Account” Hub.
Google is making its privacy controls easier to find and understand in an attempt to make its users more comfortable about the personal information that they give the Internet’s most powerful company. There is a new feature redesigned “My Account” hub where all of Google’s key privacy controls can be found. On this new system, you can view at a glance where to change sign-in, device, ad and personal settings, and also has a pair of new wizards to help you review security and privacy settings. You can now personalize search, ads, apps like YouTube and other settings even if you don’t have Google account.
Those who have accounts, there are three setting groups in order to control your accounts. The first one is “sign-in & security” card wherein you can manage to sign in and control devices and apps that use Google accounts. There is the security setup wizard where you can see and modify your passwords and two-step security controls where you can verify all your phones, computers and tablets.
The second step is “Privacy Control“. Through this step you can feature your publicly shared Google Images as a background for its products and services. Google’s privacy controls enable people to limit the kinds of ads they see on Google Play, how you share YouTube videos and how it serves you ads, to name a few other tweaks. The third step is “account preferences” card that helps in changing your language and input tools, adjust Google Drive storage and delete accounts or devices.