- AFMW: Duck Dynasty’s Miss Kay & John Luke RobertsonPosted 36 mins ago
- Report Reveals America Under-Prepared In The Event Of Nuclear Style AttackPosted 21 hours ago
- FBI Blames North Korea For Sony AttackPosted 3 days ago
- VIRAL VIDEOS: Denver The Guilty Dog Strikes Again!Posted 3 days ago
- Highlights From The American Country Countdown AwardsPosted 3 days ago
- Jeb Bush To “Actively Explore The Possibility Of Running For President”Posted 4 days ago
- Insurance Industry Giving Affordable Care Act Customers More Time To Pay PremiumsPosted 5 days ago
- Boehner Responds To President Obama’s Immigration Plan [VIDEO]Posted 1 month ago
- AFMW: Comedian Sebastian ManiscalcoPosted 1 month ago
- FOX in the Fast Lane: Kicking Off The ChasePosted 3 months ago
FOX News Radio’s Ron Flatter reports:
FOX on Tech.
Whether it’s Gmail or YouTube or just its original search engine, Google is putting them all under one privacy umbrella so Google will be able to track all of your activities on its dozens of websites says a Google explanation video:
Google video: “It means that if you’re signed in, we’ll treat you as a single user across all of our products. Combining information you’ve provided from one service with information from the others.”
But many are concerned this will be a big brother invasion of privacy. Regulators wonder if Google may even be in violation of European law. One way around this? Go into your Google account settings and turn off the web history.
Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.