Learning about how much Google knows about you is sometimes hard to comprehend. Google is no longer the most popular search engine in the world, over the last decade the company has managed to make its way into the lives of the Americans in many ways. As an example, Chrome, the most popular browser in the world, is owned by Google too. The browser transmits all sorts of data about your online habits to the tech conglomerate. While the search engine and the browser were the obvious ones, the tech giant from Northern California also maintains a history of all visited locations, your online shopping behavior, scans your email, and tries to learn more about you by monitoring your activity on Google-owned platforms such as YouTube or Gmail.