The Hill reports Google unveiled new privacy and security features for Android users. The settings build on the "Security Checkup" feature that was introduced last year, which offers personalized recommendations to help users bolster their privacy and security. The new privacy options are geared "to help you better understand and take control of your Google Account," the company stated. Under the "Data & Personalization" tab, users can locate what kinds of activity data is saved to their account. Google Account Product Manager Jan Hannemann said, "As needs around security and privacy evolve, we will continue to improve these important tools to help you control how Google works for you."
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