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Here’s How to Find Out What Google Knows About You

Or at least, what it thinks it knows about you

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197 items. Google tagged me with a list of 197 ad groups to show me. Thirteen of them were specific advertisers such as JetBrains and Facebook, and 184 are my interests, traits, or profile.

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Rionaldi Chandraseta

Rionaldi Chandraseta

Data Scientist. I write about DS & ML. Sometimes.

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