The company announced in January it was changing the rules governing user privacy.
It covers Google's assets like YouTube, Gmail, Google Plus and search.
Google says the move streamlines over 60 privacy policies into one document.
Now, all of a user's web travels are compiled into one profile rather than multiple places.
Here's what it means, Google can use all that search information to better target you for advertising.
For example, if you tell your mom on Gmail how much you like the new Corvette, you could get blasted with car ads when you're on YouTube.
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