Tuesday, June 13, 2017

How to Delete Google Cookies from Tracking You

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter

I have published here that I only use Duck Duck Go as my search engine, as I have had it with being tracked across the internet by Google and other cookie setters.

I recently received this email from the Duck though in a walk through of how to delete your Google search history and stop Google from keeping track of what you have searched. It is simple with the link to Google Activities and one can follow it and do as I have, as keeping track of what I search for does not assist my searches no more than keeping track of what I last viewed on Gaytube.

Yes, Google tracks what you watch on Gaytube and patterns you.

Here are the steps and process if you choose to rid yourself of one more internet excess.

It begins by clicking your GOOGLE ACTIVITY.

In our last email we talked about how ads track you across the net and showed you how to save enough money to adopt a pony! #ChildhoodDream
Unless you use a private search engine, like DuckDuckGo, then your search engine still likely has a copy of everything you've ever searched.
Let's take Google for example. Check out your Google SearchHistory. Searches, locations, interests. They've recorded it all.
Deleting your Google search history will prevent it from being used by the highest bidder on the millions of sites and apps that use Google's advertising networks.
To delete the results you can click on the dots on the top-right hand of the page and select "Delete Activity By.." then, select "All Time" and hit delete.
At DuckDuckGo, we believe in privacy by default. In fact, we protect your search history from everyone — even us!
Proudly Private,

Dax the Duck,
Mascot - DuckDuckGo


  • Once you reach your page, you will notice 3 DOTS on the upper right corner. That is how you delete your search history on Google. I place a RED LINE under it to highlight _________.

  • After you click the 3 Dots a new widow appears, and one clicks the DELETE BY DATE and then ALL TIME.
What follows will be a request to delete Gaytube too.

That is it, and once set, this now ceases Google from tracking you for all time.

I do doubt that but at least it makes it more difficult in one less record.