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Google listens: How to delete your voice recordings



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Google Home does not have to remember everything about you.


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Google and Amazon have both admitted to have hired contractors who listen to anonymized user audio clips . According to the company, Google Home ($ 99 at Walmart) and Amazon Alexa are expected to be improved. Certain aspects of the Google platform are about personalization, be it in search results for news, music, maps, etc. Much of this information is gained by listening to the information you want.

You can find all your activities (depending on your phone's settings) if you look closely enough. The easiest way is probably who you called and who called you. Go deep enough in Google Maps and your movements will be tracked. Google Home is no different. Everything you say to the Smart Speaker or Google Assistant is stored in the My Activity section of your Google Account. You can read a list in the Google Home app or hear your own voice when searching on a PC or in a mobile browser.

It seems you have only two options ̵

1; to use the Internet and discard your data or to go offline to protect your privacy. A hiring like Ron Swanson of Parks and Recreation is not practical and there is no foolproof privacy solution if you are on the internet.

Fortunately, you can pretty easily free your account of all these records.

Ron Swanson likes his privacy.


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Delete your Google Assistant voice recordings on your PC.

  1. Go to myactivity.google.com on the desktop. If you have multiple Gmail accounts, make sure you're signed in to the account associated with your Google Home device.
  2. Click to Filter by date and product
  3. Disable All Products
  4. Scroll down to Voice & Audio
  5. Click to Voice & Audio scroll to top
  6. Click on the blue magnifier to search

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Delete your Google Assistant voice recordings on your phone.

Unfortunately, the filter feature for products and is not yet available in the Google Home app. You can only filter the date, so you must either delete the commands one at a time, delete everything, or merge your web activity. However, this works with the mobile browser.

  1. Visit myactivity.google.com on the mobile browser. If you have multiple Gmail accounts, make sure you're signed in to the account associated with your Google Home device.
  2. Tap Filter by date and product
  3. Disable All Products
  4. Scroll down to Language & Audio
  5. Tap Language & Audio scroll to top
  6. tap blue magnifying glass to search

From here you can either record individual recordings on the PC or on the mobile phone delete entire activity days. By tapping the three-point settings in the search bar, you can list by month or by request what you want to delete. (ie anything you said to Google in July, or when you asked Google to turn on the light) You can also interact directly with months and items to clear them by tapping the three-point setting icon or click on it.

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You can also clear your history by searching for a specific date (instead of scrolling forever) or a date range.

  1. In a web browser, go to myactivity.google.com.
  2. Click the Settings Bars at the top left of the page.
  3. Select Delete activity from .
  4. Select a date or date range that you want to delete.
  5. Select Language & Audio from the drop-down menu.
  6. Click Delete and confirm with OK .

You can do the same on mobile devices as well:

  1. Go to myactivity.google.com in your mobile browser.
  2. Click the adjustment bars from the side in the upper left corner.
  3. Select Delete activity from .
  4. Select a date or date range that you want to delete.
  5. Select Language & Audio from the Menu drop-down list.
  6. Click Delete and confirm with OK .

Disabling Voice and Audio Activity

You can prevent Google from re-recording your cable and audio activity to your account at Activity Control in your Google Account settings. Voice Search with Google Assistant (including Google Home speakers) will not work until you turn it back on.

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This is how it works on the PC:

  1. Go to myactivity.google.com
  2. Click the top left adjustment bars .
  3. Select Activity Control from the menu.
  4. Scroll down to Voice and Audio Activity.
  5. Disable the voice and audio activity.
  6. Google will ask you if you are sure and tell you something more about stopping speech and audio. If you want to do it anyway. Click Break . If not, click Cancel.

This is how it is done in the mobile app (you can also execute the steps on the PC and in the mobile browser):

  1. Open the Google Home app
  2. tap Profile Icon Bottom Right
  3. Tap My Activity
  4. Tap the Edit Pencil Web Activity is On
    [19659012] Scroll down and tap Show All Activity Controls
  5. Scroll down to Voice and Audio Activity
  6. Turn off voice and audio activity.
  7. Google will ask you if you are sure and tell you something more about stopping speech and audio. If you want to do it anyway. Click Break . If not, click Cancel.

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