Google’s new privacy dashboard makes it easier to see what Google knows about you
Google will soon be rolling out design changes to its user-facing privacy and security dashboard, in an attempt to make it more touchscreen-friendly and more clear to users which Google products are storing their data.
In other words, Google is giving you a new spoon with which to scoop up the ocean of data that exists out there in the Google-sphere. But, hey: it’s the little things.
In a blog post published this morning, Google said that its main user dashboard, which launched in 2009, has been “redesigned from the ground up.” This dashboard includes tools like My Account and My Activity — which, if you haven’t used them before, I recommend using. These are the portals through which you can see all of your Google activity, delete…