Ads are an unfortunate necessity on the internet—they’re how sites like this one are able to operate. But if you find personalized ads a little too creepy, you can tell Google (one of the internet’s biggest ad networks) to stop showing you personalized ads.
That way, instead of getting ads for things that you’ve recently searched for (or similar items), you could see completely unrelated, unpersonalized ads that aren’t based on your search and browser history. This way, you can still support the sites you love without feeling like Google’s stalking your every move.
If you’re an Android user, there are actually two steps to opting out: one in your Google account (which is the main opt-out method), and one on your Android device, which instructs apps not to personalize your ad experience. If you’re not an Android user, one step is all it takes.
We’ll cover both here, starting with the former.
For the sake of simplicity, I’m going to focus on how to do this on your browser, though the setting exists on some Android phones as well. Open your browser and head to Google’s “My Account” page while signed in. If it’s been a while since you’ve logged in, you may have to enter your password here.Read More...
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