Deleting your Google search history can be a good way to protect your personal privacy and keep your information from getting hacked. “Erasing stored Google searches is about more than keeping your past search habits private from a supervisor, spouse, or parent … when you delete your Google search history, you remove all sorts of information that could potentially be used by shady characters. Beyond the funny videos, the news stories, the trivia, and other content, think of how many times you have searched for an address, a phone number, information about an employer, and other data that could help a hacker steal your identity, find you in person, and other unwanted outcomes.” Learn more about deleting your browser history at Business Insider.
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