- Mar 12, 2013
Clicking this link lets you see what Google thinks it knows about you based on your search history — and some of its predictions are eerily accurate
By clicking a link from Google's account settings page, users can find out what the tech giant thinks it knows about them.
- By clicking a link from Google's account settings page, users can find out what the tech giant thinks it knows about them based on search history and browsing data from Google-owned sites like YouTube.
- Google guesses users' age, gender, marital status, income bracket, and personal interests.
- Using the tool shows that many of Google's predictions can be off-base, but the majority of them are scarily accurate.
- It's also possible to stop Google from tracking your information or predicting your profile going forward.