What does the “Google” in Google stand for?
“Google” means Google Inc., whose principal place of business is at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. This document explains how the agreement is made up and sets out some of the terms of that agreement.
What is a Google account and how does it work?
Your Google Account comes with a built-in password manager that securely saves your passwords in a central place only you can access. Google services, from Chrome to YouTube, work better and help you do more when you’re signed in.
How does Google protect my personal information?
Your Google Account automatically protects your personal information and keeps it private and safe. Every account comes with powerful features like spam filters that block 99.9% of dangerous emails before they ever reach you, and personalized security notifications that alert you of suspicious activity and malicious websites.
How does Google work together with other services?
When you sign in to your Google Account, all the Google services you use work together to help you get more done. For example, flight confirmations in your Gmail inbox will automatically sync with your Google Calendar and Google Maps to help you get to the airport on time.
How do I protect my privacy on Google?
Protecting your privacy starts with keeping your data secure. Your information is protected by world-class security, monitoring things like suspicious logins and unauthorized activity. You can always control your privacy settings in your Google Account.
How can I keep my personal information private when I use Gmail?
For details about privacy in work and school accounts, use the Google Workspace Security Resources. When you use Gmail, we offer you personalized and assistive experiences, such as Smart Reply, by processing some data. Your information stays secure. You can always control your privacy settings in your Google Account.
What does Google do with your personal data?
With all the data Google gathers about you — across all of its platforms, services, products, and devices — it can build a detailed advertising profile, including your gender, age range, job industry, and interests. This helps them use targeted advertising to serve you Google ads that align with your personal tastes.
What personal and sensitive information does Google have about me?
What about personal and sensitive information? Google builds a data profile for each person with a Google account. A quick look under Personal Info on your Google account page will confirm that you’ve already given Google your gender and birthday.