Back in May, Google announced it would be introducing an option for users of its services to automatically delete their online history, and today the tech giant has begun rolling out the update around the globe. The review acknowledged that Chrome offers users many adjustable privacy settings, but, Fowler wrote, "its controls often feel like a shell game that results in us sharing more personal data". From there, you'll find options of 18 months, 3 months, or manual deletion.
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While the auto-delete controls aren't as full-featured as some users might prefer them to be, having the ability to set a timer and not worry about whether or not your location history and web activity data is going to be floating around the internet forever is a welcome addition. In May, Google addressed that dilemma by offering its users a toggle that, when switched on, can automatically delete your web and app activity data every three or 18 months. After either window of time, Google will delete your search records, voice search recordings, Chrome browsing history, YouTube history, app usage info (if you have an Android phone), and other activity within Google apps. Starting today, a new set of auto-delete controls are available in the Google app, which will allow users to manage their data easier than before.