We strongly believe that privacy and security are for everyone not just a few.
This is why powerful privacy features and controls have always been built into Google services.
We launched incognito mode in Chrome over a decade ago.
We pioneered Google take out which gives you easy controls to export your data.
From email, contacts, photos, all of our products anytime you choose to, but we know our work on privacy and security is never done.
And we wanna do more to stay ahead of constantly evolving user expectations.
We've been working on a significant set of enhancements and I wanna talk you through a few.
Today, you can already find all your privacy and security settings in one place in your Google account.
To make sure your Google account is always at your fingertips, we are making it easily accessible from your profile photo.
If you're in search You can tao on your photo and it can quickly access the most relevant privacy controls for search in case your data in search.
Here you can view and manage your recent activity and you can easily change your privacy settings.
Last week we announced auto delete controls.
Which you will also be able to access right from the app.
Data helps make search work better for you, and with autodelete, you can choose how long you want it to be saved.
For example, 3 or 18 months, after which any old data will be automatically and continuously deleted from your account.
This is launching today for web and app activity.
We'll be rolling it out to location history in the coming weeks.
And we'll continue to bring features such as this to more controls over time.
one-tap access to your Google account will be coming to our major products.
Including Chrome, Search, Assistant, YouTube, Google News and Maps.
And speaking of Maps, if you tap on your profile photo, in addition to finding easy access to your privacy controls, you'll find a new feature, Incognito Mode.
Incognito has been a popular feature in Chrome since it launched and we are bringing this to Maps.
While in incognito in Maps, your activity, like the places you search and navigate to, won't be link to your account.
We want to make it easy to enter in and out of incognito And Maps will soon join Chrome and YouTube with support for Incognito and we'll be bringing it to Search as well this year.