As we’ve talked about before on this blog, Google customizes your results based on your search history, social media history, and various other factors. they say that this makes your experience more intuitive and easier to use, but some people have serious issues with Google tracking all of your use across platforms.
In addition, this customization can actually serve to pigeon-hole your world. Imagine yourself looking for information on Egypt last year on Google and finding nothing but tourist guides instead of news on the Arab Spring revolts. Quite an unfortunate side-effect.
So, how do you turn off the results customization so that your results remain “pure”? Visit the site below:
This page contains the links to manage both your logged-in and logged-out search preferences that determine your personal search results.