Google announces that starting today, users in Peru will control the types of ads they see, both in the search engine and on YouTube and Discover via “My Ad Center”, which will be available to all Google accounts and profiles. This new control center also allows you to block ads on sensitive topics and learn more about the data used to personalize the ad experience.
“My Ads Center” is designed to provide users with an instant and convenient way to have more control over the ads that appear on Google sites and apps, without disrupting online activity.
“We follow a set of basic privacy principles that govern what information we collect and what we don’t collect. We never sell personal information to anyone, and we never use content stored in apps like Gmail, Photos, and Drive for advertising purposes.
My Ad Center builds on these commitments by giving you the ability to control what information is used to personalize the ads you see. In addition, users can decide what types of activities are used to make Google products work better for them on a daily basis.said Jerry Dischler, vice president and general manager of Google Ads, in the official statement.
The Google Ads leader also announced that the option to disable personalized ads in “My Ads Center” will apply to ads that users see inside and outside Google, and will be automatically applied to any device it appears on. google account.
“My Ad Center” allows you to activate or deactivate YouTube and Google History
How do I enable My Ad Center?
When you sign in to Google, you can access “My Ads Center” directly from ads on Search, YouTube, and Discover, and choose to see more of the brands and topics that really matter.
Imagine you spent months planning your last trip to the beach, and now that you’re back, you don’t want to see any more vacation ads. With ‘My Ads Center’, you can tap the three-dot menu next to a vacation ad and choose to see fewer of those types of promotions. You can also choose to see deals on things that matter to you, such as deals on sneakers or Christmas gifts for loved ones.
“It’s our responsibility to strengthen the ways we keep you in control of your ad experiences, while making sure people are safer with Google every day.”, stated Jerry Dischler, inviting users to the Security Center to learn more about Google’s commitment to privacy.