Did you know that every time you talk to Google Assistant, a recording of your voice command is uploaded and stored on Google servers? Yes, your voice commands are stored on your Google account!
I don’t know about you, but the thought of my voice data being in possession of Google seems freakish, and outright disturbing. Good thing there is an option of deleting them; albeit you have to do it manually. That is what this article is about. We are going to show you how to delete your voice data stored on Google’s server (your Google account).
How to Delete Voice Data gathered by Google Assistant
Launch your browser, and assuming you got internet connection head on to Google’s My Activity Page. If you are not logged into your Google account, you will be prompted to do so.
The default page view here lists down 22 different categories of items ranging from your YouTube activities down to Ads. While you can scroll through the whole list, it will save you a lot of time if you simply click the plus sign located on the left …read more
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