Google is recording everything you say to the Assistant, and here’s how to stop it!



published: 2019-04-15 17:51:55

Google tracks and stores a lot of your information, and that includes audio clips of everything you have ever said while using its voice services.

In this video I’m going to show you how you can find these audio clips, delete them, and opt out of the system, so that no more clips get recorded, or at least stored!

To get started, login to your Google account, and head over to:

myaccount.google.com

Watch video for further instructions.

Video by Louis Rossman:

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  1. Sent this video to Hillarious Clinton.

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  2. Awesome! Please make more guides like this; sooo many people don't know about these things

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  3. I know this may be just conspiracy, but I've noticed 3 or 4 incidents where I've been talking about things while my phone was nearby (ex. table) , I was NOT using voice services and i got ads about the things I was talking about later on…

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  4. Who cares?, still cool to listen your old voice

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  5. I've known about all of this for a while now, it's the reason why I've got almost everything or rather "everything" (in the quotes) turned off, I even cover up my phone and laptop cameras too, there is absolutely no privacy any more, and someone needs to do something about this, even though, most people are trying. 😞 It doesn't mean I don't do anything, I mean, I agree, it doesn't bother me that much, I just like being aware and trying to control as much of it as I can, which is why I think everyone should look into their settings and see what they can change.
    Great video by the way, 😁 I still watched it even though I've turned all of this audio stuff off about a year or two ago.

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  6. Hey CHM, thanks for the tips. Great video, are you enjoying your experience with the S10? ✌️ Continue making these great videos my Mostar brother!

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  7. Not Many tech YouTubers care about privacy,
    Well done bro 👌

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  8. * watches this video in chrome with my google account *

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  9. As if google didn't upload everything you say to its servers

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  10. I clicked the Google audio record button by accident like a million times. I bet they know the flavour of my favourite ice cream by now.

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  11. Devo crawford did a video on that

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  12. Then I'm gonna tell Google to go fuck Their self.

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  13. I thought this video was going to have to do something about Google hearing EVERYTHING (which has been proven) you say not only through voice assistants

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  14. nice video! put the https:// after the mygoogle link.

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  15. fucking hate google. they deserve to get fkn shot

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  16. Of course it does, i just disabled google permission to microphone, but idk if its enough

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  17. Thanks I had no Idea about this

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  18. I already knew this… Great video 👍

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  19. Lol thats cool af seeing the weird stuff i say lol, still keeping them tho lol

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  20. Google steals yours data by recording your voice clips
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    This post was made by Bixby and cortana gang

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  21. Oh no! Google knows I ask for the weather every day and sometimes I ask for a unit conversion or some quick math!!! Oh no whatever will I do 😒

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  22. I don't live in the US so they wouldn't care about me

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  23. I've known about this for ages, the only problem is Google Assistant doesn't work if you have them disabled, or it works in a limited capacity, such as working like the old "ok google" rather a contextual assistant.

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