UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Google’s voice assistant has become one of the techniques that millions of people use every day to accomplish many tasks, but relying on this technology requires some care to maintain the privacy of data.
If you rely on Google Assistant, especially with Google Home smart devices, experts advise users to follow several steps to protect their data and maintain their privacy.
One of the most important steps is to search and delete the data collected by Google through the home assistant, where the user must go to the Google Home application, and then click on the icon “Profile”, and then the option “More settings” or More settings, then “Data Private, or Your data in the Assistant, and there will be saved data where it can delete all or part of it.
Experts also recommend that you enable automatic data deletion when using Google Voice Assistant by following simple steps:
Go to the Google Assistant Activity home page in the Google Home app, find the “Delete automatically” option, click “Delete data every 3 months” or “Delete data every 18 months” and then click Next or “Next” option, and finally press the “Confirm” option.
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