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  • Advertising – Privacy & Terms – Google
    your current search You can also manage many companies cookies used for online advertising via the consumer choice tools created under self regulation programs in many countries such as the US based aboutads info choices page or the EU based Your Online Choices Finally you can manage cookies in your web browser Other technologies used in advertising Google s advertising systems may use other technologies including Flash and HTML5 for functions like display of interactive ad formats We may use the IP address for example to identify your general location We may also select advertising based on information about your computer or device such as your device model browser type or sensors in your device like the accelerometer Location Google s ad products may receive or infer information about your location from a variety of sources For example we may use the IP address to identify your general location we may receive precise location from your mobile device we may infer your location from your search queries and websites or apps that you use may send information about your location to us Google uses location information in its ads products to infer demographic information to improve the relevance of the ads you see to measure ad performance and to report aggregate statistics to advertisers Advertising identifiers on mobile devices To serve ads in services where cookie technology may not be available for example in mobile applications we may use technologies that perform similar functions to cookies Sometimes Google links the identifier used for advertising on mobile applications to an advertising cookie on the same device in order to coordinate ads across your mobile apps and mobile browser This can happen for example when you see an ad within an app that launches a web page in your mobile browser This also helps us improve the reports we give to our advertisers on the effectiveness of their campaigns To opt out of interest based ads on your mobile device follow the instructions below Android Find Google Settings in one of these places depending on your device A separate app called Google Settings In your main Settings app scroll down and tap Google Touch Ads Switch on Opt out of interest based ads iOS Devices with iOS 6 and above use Apple s Advertising Identifier To learn more about your choices for use of this identifier visit the Settings menu on your device What determines the ads by Google that I see Many decisions are made to determine which ad you see Sometimes the ad you see is based on your current or past location Your IP address is usually a good indication of your approximate location So you might see an ad on the homepage of YouTube com that promotes a forthcoming movie in your country or a search for pizza might return results for pizza places in your town Sometimes the ad you see is based on the context of a page If you re looking at a page of

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/policies/technologies/ads/ (2016-02-08)
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  • How Google uses pattern recognition – Privacy & Terms – Google
    you tag a photo or video since it seems like there might be a face present Facial detection won t tell you whose face it is but it can help to find the faces in your photos If you get a little more advanced the same pattern recognition technology that powers facial detection can help a computer to understand characteristics of the face it has detected For example there might be certain patterns that suggest a face is wearing a beard or glasses or that it has attributes like those Information like this can be used to help with features like red eye reduction or can let you lighten things up by placing a mustache or a monocle in the right place on your face when you are in a Hangout Beyond facial detection technology Google also uses facial recognition in certain features Facial recognition like the name suggests can help a computer to compare known faces against a new face and see if there is a probable match or similarity For example facial recognition helps users of the Find my Face feature to see suggestions about who they might want to tag in a photo or video they ve uploaded and would like to share Read more about Find my Face in the Google Help Center How Voice Search works Voice Search allows you to provide a voice query to a Google search client application on a device instead of typing that query It uses pattern recognition to transcribe spoken words to written text For each voice query made to Voice Search we store the language the country the utterance and our system s guess of what was said The stored audio data does not contain your Google Account ID unless you have selected otherwise We do not send

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/policies/technologies/pattern-recognition/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Types of location data used by Google – Privacy & Terms – Google
    in the place or that you might be at the place An example of implicit location information would be a manually typed search query for a particular place Implicit location information is used in a variety of ways For example if you type in Eiffel Tower we infer that you may like to see information for places near Paris and we can then use that to provide recommendations about those local places to you Internet traffic information such as IP address is usually assigned in country based blocks so it can be used to at least identify the country of your device and do things such as to provide you with the correct language and locale for search queries This information is sent as a normal part of internet traffic Some products such as turn by turn navigation in Google Maps for mobile use more precise location information For these products you typically have to choose to turn on device based location services which are services that use information such as GPS signals device sensors Wi Fi access points and cell tower ids that can be used to derive or estimate precise location You can subsequently choose to turn the device based location services off Certain devices and or applications might also offer you additional location control settings for these device based location services For example in some products you can choose whether to store these locations in that product or account s history Our legal policies Privacy Policy Terms of Service FAQ More information Technologies and Principles Advertising How Google uses cookies How Google uses pattern recognition Types of location data used by Google How Google Wallet uses credit card numbers How Google Voice works How Google uses data when you use our partners sites or apps Additional resources

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/policies/technologies/location-data/ (2016-02-08)
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  • How Google Wallet uses credit card numbers – Privacy & Terms – Google
    uses the credit card and debit card numbers you enter into your Google Wallet account to process payments for the online or offline purchases you make using Google Wallet including Google Play transactions and for fraud monitoring purposes The Google Wallet Privacy Notice provides detailed information about how we use Google Wallet account information including the information we collect and how we share it We only share personal information with third parties in the circumstances described in the Wallet Privacy Notice The credit card and debit card numbers you enter into your Google Wallet account are encrypted and stored on secure servers in a secure location Our legal policies Privacy Policy Terms of Service FAQ More information Technologies and Principles Advertising How Google uses cookies How Google uses pattern recognition Types of location data used by Google How Google Wallet uses credit card numbers How Google Voice works How Google uses data when you use our partners sites or apps Additional resources My Account Google Safety Center Google Product Privacy Guide Answers to privacy and security questions Change language Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Bahasa Melayu Català Čeština Dansk Deutsch Eesti English English United Kingdom Español Español Latinoamérica Euskara Filipino Français Français

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/policies/technologies/wallet/ (2016-02-08)
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  • How Google Voice works – Privacy & Terms – Google
    SMS messages recorded conversations and other data related to your account in order to provide the service to you You may organize or delete your call history voicemail greeting s voicemail messages both audio and or transcriptions Short Message Service SMS messages and recorded conversations through your Google Voice account Such deletions will take immediate effect in your account view except that your inbox and call history for billable calls will remain visible on your account Residual copies of deleted data and accounts except call record information may take up to 90 days to be deleted from our active servers and may remain in our backup systems Anonymized copies of call record information with no personally identifiable information will be retained in our systems to meet our reporting and auditing requirements Our legal policies Privacy Policy Terms of Service FAQ More information Technologies and Principles Advertising How Google uses cookies How Google uses pattern recognition Types of location data used by Google How Google Wallet uses credit card numbers How Google Voice works How Google uses data when you use our partners sites or apps Additional resources My Account Google Safety Center Google Product Privacy Guide Answers to privacy and

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/policies/technologies/voice/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Getting started – For families – Safety Center – Google
    level Set a filter to keep inappropriate content out If you d prefer to not to see mature or age restricted content as you browse YouTube scroll to the bottom of any YouTube page and enable Safety Mode Safety Mode helps filter out potentially objectionable content from search related videos playlists shows and films Learn more Scroll to the bottom of any YouTube page and click the drop down menu in the Safety section Select the On or Off option to enable or disable Safety Mode To lock this setting sign in to your Google Account Once you re signed in you will have the option to lock this setting Control what your family sees on the Web If you want to control which sites your family can visit on the Internet you can use Supervised Users in Google Chrome With Supervised Users you can see the pages your user has visited and block the sites you don t want your user to see Learn more To set up a supervised user on your Chromebook start on the main sign in screen and click Add user On the right hand side of the screen select Create a supervised user Click Create a supervised user Log in to the account that will manage the supervised user and click Next Select a username password and picture for the supervised user Click Next Limit access to just approved apps and games Want to share your tablet without sharing all your stuff On Android tablets running 4 3 and higher you can create restricted profiles that limit the access that other users have to features and content on your tablet Learn more If you re the tablet owner touch Settings Users Add user or profile Touch Restricted profile New profile then name the profile

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/en/safetycenter/families/start/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Celebrating our history during Black History Month - Google Careers
    take advantage of Google s products to grow their businesses Read about our Accelerate with Google program on the Google blog Related stories How Inclusive are our Work Places We aspire to create a workplace where our Googlers can bring their whole selves to See more Pink Dot 2011 now supported by Google Singapore We re are passionate about diversity and about creating an inclusive place to work Our LGBT See more Google A great workplace for women At Google our mission is to organize the world s information and make it universally accessible See more Encouraging high school students to enter high tech Google engineers Daniela Raijmann and Michal Segalov started Mind the Gap to introduce high school aged See more Saying I do at Google London San Francisco based Googler Shaun Aukland gained unexpected international attention when he asked his boyfriend Michael See more Google engineer What I learned in the war Life is multi faceted and we want to support Googlers in their passions and commitments outside See more Search jobs in Ann Arbor Featured locations Ann Arbor New York Mountain View Global HQ See all locations Featured teams Sales Account Management Product Customer Support Partnerships See

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/es-419/about/careers/lifeatgoogle/celebrating-our-history.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Hangout on Air: Why I love working at Google Boulder - Google Careers
    case the office shares a love of outdoors including a rock climbing wall Watch this Hangout on Air about why two of Boulder s engineers chose Google and why they love to come to work on Monday Search jobs in Boulder Featured locations Boulder Mountain View Global HQ Seattle Kirkland See all locations Featured teams Engineering Design Operations Support Sales Account Management See all teams roles Company Who we are

    Original URL path: https://www.google.hn/intl/es-419/about/careers/lifeatgoogle/why-i-love-working-at-google-boulder.html (2016-02-08)
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