Users can delete recent search history within the Google search feature on desktop or mobile, without having to dig through settings. It also gives you easy access to "Google-wide" controls, such as tracking activity on Google's sites and ad personalisation.
France and Spain have previously fined Google as a result of privacy practices, but the firm avoided a penalty from the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in 2015 over the clarity of its privacy policies.
Google says it's rolling out the new feature on mobile and desktop today; if you don't see it yet, it should show up soon.
Google says that before now the only way to access this data was to navigate directly to your Google Account's settings.
Ever since Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, concerns over the privacy and security of user data have continued to sit in the spotlight.
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Users will also be guided toward privacy controls where they can prevent Google from collecting certain types of personal data through its search engine.
As we know, Google keeps a log of everything you search for on its search. You'll be able to either choose to delete their data from the last hour or all of your search data.
Starting today, Google is making it easier to change privacy settings related to Search. That will open a page; scroll down until you see Delete your Search activity. Updates to Android and iOS apps will be implemented in the next few weeks.