Prior to March 1, users can log in and delete their web history. After the new policy is in place, however,
all your base are belong to Google your information will be assigned to your online accounts in an effort to provide more customized search results and there is no way of reversing it.
According to the Daily Mail,you can limit Google’s access to your recorded personal information and its ability to record new information using these steps:
1) Sign in to your Google account.
2) Click the dropdown menu next to your name and click “Account Settings”.
3) Click on “Services”.
4) Click on “Go to Web History”.
5) Click on “Remove all Web History”. A message will appear saying your “Web History is Paused”.
This ensures that all of your Web History information will remain anonymous. You can click “Resume” at any time in order to allow Google to resume recording your Web History information and to receive personalized advertising and search results using your Google accounts.
But do you really want Google to know about all of those times you googled “Helen Mirren in a bikini”?