You know that Google knows a lot about you. The company’s business model is based on its ability to target Internet users precisely, and this targeting is possible because of the vast store of data that Google has on billions of users, including you. It knows where you’ve been, what you’ve searched for, which websites you’ve visited, what you’ve bought, and much more.

In a recent story on The Mac Security Blog, we how you can find out what Google knows about you, and how to slim down the profile they store. But in some cases, Google makes it difficult–and confusing–to turn off their virtual panopticon.

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