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Two settings to achieve max smart home privacy

Some things Google Home knows about you are obvious — what music you like, how bad you are at math — because those are the things you rely on it for the most. But Google Home knows a lot more about you than you might realize. That’s because your smart home speaker is tied to your Google account, so it’s also connected to a deep well of personal information, like your email address and debit or credit card number. That means privacy and security settings are just as important with Google Home as with your Gmail account.



a close up of a stuffed toy on a table: Keep your personal information private by setting up Voice Match on Google Home. Josh Miller/CNET


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Keep your personal information private by setting up Voice Match on Google Home. Josh Miller/CNET



a stuffed animal sitting on a table: Keep your personal information private by setting up Voice Match on Google Home.


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Keep your personal information private by setting up Voice Match on Google Home.


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