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In addition to basic profile information, some sites and apps might also ask for permission to see and make a copy of information in your account. Your Google Calendar can have important information about your daily routine, as well as details about private events and appointments. Some third parties may have individuals who look at your Google Account information, including emails you write or your contacts. How will this site or app use my data? We offer affordable educator certifications to distinguish teachers as expert users of Google tools in the classroom. You grant access to this info when you choose to "Sign in with Google" on sites and apps that have this feature.

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Help Center Google Account. Privacy Policy Terms of Service. Sharing your Google data with Apps What sites and apps can request Sites and apps can request different kinds of access to your Google Account, including requests to: Sites and apps may request access to sensitive information Depending on how you use Google products, some of the information in your account may be extra sensitive.

Google products with especially sensitive information include: Your emails may contain sensitive information, including the names of your contacts, your private correspondence, or an attached copy of a medical report. In addition, many photos are automatically tagged by location and date. There may be private information in Google Drive, like financial records, official reports, and presentations.

Your Google Calendar can have important information about your daily routine, as well as details about private events and appointments. Your Google Contacts can include the names, phone numbers, addresses ,and contact details of the people you know. What to consider before giving access How secure is this site or app? When you allow third-party apps to access your Google Account, they can copy and save your data on their own servers.

How will this site or app use my data? The data may be used by the app in ways that are not obvious, such as being shared with others. Can I delete my data from this site or app?

Depending on the app, you may not be able to quickly or automatically delete your data from their servers. It may also be difficult to delete the account you created on the app. Will this site or app tell me if something changes? The site or app may not directly notify you if it changes its policies and practices. Who else can see my data on this site or app? Some third parties may have individuals who look at your Google Account information, including emails you write or your contacts. Remove site or app access If you gave account access to a site or app you no longer trust, you can remove its access to your Google Account.

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