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What are the current rules/limitations about having one's Gmail name/address visible when one comments on a YouTube video? The answer is found under: Control what others see about you across Google services. Note: Your name and photo (if you choose to add one) will be shown to other users across Google products, including when you communicate or ...


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The "My Activity" page will show everything you've done with your Google Account, including all of your Gmail accesses. Unfortunately, it doesn't show IP addresses (although it will show the device used to access). If you're concerned that someone may be accessing your account from elsewhere, go to the "Recently used devices" page under My Account. There ...


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From what I have read, personally identifiable information (your account name/email) is not logged but a cookie, which does identify you to Google is. This is deleted from the log after 18 months. This is from old information. The current TOS and Privacy Policy are extremely vague. Would be interested to hear from anyone else.


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Choose "Individual Google Account" and then change the email address for that account. For details see the related official help article Change your username If you need to recover your individual account's password, follow these steps. Click "Individual Google Account." Click "Forgot Password." Indicate that you do not know your most previous password....


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You cannot hinder or remove followers, but if you never post anything to them, they will never see anything. The only things they will ever see is what you post public, and what you post explicitly to them. They have no different standing than anyone else in the world, it just would give them a ping if you post something to them. So you shouldn't worry ...


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Do you know if after a period of non-use usernames return available for Gmail? No, they do not. And some Google services (eg Blogger) have promised that this will not happen. However I do not see that there is a problem: we are not running out of numbers, so it will always be possible to get name.surnameNNN accounts, although NNN will become ...


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The "Account upgrade" screen is something that Google+ put onto accounts about a year ago. It is asking if you wish to upgrade from the old Google+ screen layout to the new layout. To paraphrase, it is not asking "Do you wish to have a Google+ account?", just "Do you want the new display for your existing Google+ account?". Go past that screen, look at ...



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