Yep. Under "Live Streaming" -> "Stream Now" (or "Events"), set it as private to start like so:
Then under "Live Streaming" -> "Events" click "Share" then enter the email addresses of those whom you want to invite (separated by commas).
If you want to keep Google's redirection and only selectively copy & paste some URLs here are other possibilities which do not require any change in the browser. Unfortunately while the solutions work in Firefox they do not seem to work in Chrome and Internet Explorer any more.
Solution with ...
Very similar to the link you provided:
Under your name (top right) select Settings
Under Privacy Controls select Select what others see when you've viewed their profile
Select You will be totally anonymous
In uBlock Origin, AdBlock Plus, or a similar extension that can use ABP filters, simply add the ff. as a custom filter, which will disable the other party from receiving the seen by notification:
If you'd rather not use any of the above browser extensions, you could also just archive the ...
The best Google Chrome extension for this is: "Mymail-Crypt For Gmail"
The Decrypt and Encrypt buttons are well located and easy to use:
such as the managing interface, plus doesn't require you to have gpg installed in your computer.
Short answer: no, your Google Apps admin can NOT see your web search or YouTube history.
I'm a Super-Admin (highest level) for my company under Apps for Business, and I can't find any YouTube or web history activity via my Admin console.
What I can do is see a log of email going in and out, and enable or disable Chrome history syncing for my users (but ...
Please note that the new YouTube Go live feature (introduced March 2018) only supports Public and Unlisted streams.
It differs from the usual New live event feature in that it doesn't require encoding software installed on the computer, it works purely in-browser (Chrome & Firefox as of June 2018).
Likes are always private and anonymous.
That said, the channel owner always can see the country of origin for likes and dislikes on videos. That information is not available for likes and dislikes on comments though.
Google+ has no relation to YouTube anymore. And is dead.
The original accepted answer is out of date. The current steps are:
Navigate to https://www.youtube.com/
Click your account icon at the top right, and select "Creator Studio" from the menu.
In the videos panel click the "Edit" button next to the video you with to share.
On the "Basic Info" tab, ensure, the privacy is set to "Private". Otherwise, the option ...
Update: You don't have to do anything.
The comments you make on YouTube will now appear only on YouTube, not also on Google+
The only YouTube activity that gets posted to Google+ is comments. To stop that from happening simply uncheck "Also share to Google+" when commenting.
No, not everything with everyone. That would be wrong and insane
Here's from official documentation: (click on link to see everything, I'll just quote up a few paragraphs)
WITH OTHER PAYPAL USERS
When transacting with others, we may provide those parties with
information about you necessary to complete the transaction, such as
your name, account ID, ...
Based on comments I know that you don't have any other devices connected (which is a big first thing to check if others have this problem in the future). And you have tried the 'traditional' turn off chat:
This is not a duplicate of How can I log out of Facebook chat?. It
says “Turn off chat” on that question's answer but I say “I turned off
chat but ...
Google has a plugin for Chrome called End to End which will allow exactly that. However, it's currently in alpha, and has to be compiled yourself. There's no word on if it will ever be an official part of chrome.
It supports Elliptic Curve Cryptography as part of OpenPGP (RFC 4880 — OpenPGP Message Format, and RFC 6637 — Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)...
I have the same problem.
There's an online tool that I find useful here:
Online Tool - Convert google link to direct link for easier copying and pasting
Just bookmark that page and then paste 'horrific URLs' into the form to convert them into a normal links.
Sorry to hear that - if you cannot use the method for verifying by ID, then you might want to try reporting the profile as underage (even if it is fake)
As the parent of child in the profile content, you (hopefully) should be able to get it removed.
If you're reporting a child's account ...
This is by design. In the Album Privacy Settings Explained support article, Photobucket writes:
Password Protected Albums
When an album is password protected:
Users enter the password in order to view the album.
If someone searches for your username, they cannot access your password protected albums unless they have a guest password.
Content will not ...
As you suggest in your comments, they can find you with your alternate mail—the mail you add in case you lose your password / other security reasons.
If your contact has a Google profile associated with any email address, including an alternate email address, or profile link you’ve stored in that contact’s entry, you'll see information from their profile ...
No, other people will not be able to see that post.
From What does the "Custom" privacy setting mean?:
When you choose the Custom option in your audience selector, you can share something with specific people, or hide it from specific people. You can also choose to share or hide posts from friend lists if you’ve set them up. Custom also gives you the ...
There is an official version (for Android) here:
Why does the Dropbox Android app request access to my contacts?
The Android app uses your contacts to provide features that make it
easier for you to use Dropbox, including sharing with friends without
having to remember their contact info. For example, when you share
files and photos, Dropbox ...
Simple answer because you are getting scammed. They wanted $25 of android credit and then wanted to try again. Assuming that "google numbers" means the number hidden under the scratch-off foil.
Start distrusting. Do not trust your smartphone, computer, anyone you did not contact directly and most of all do not trust the internet. It is basically the 21st ...
I should note that if someone adds JUST him and gets these emails. Much like he set up the "Bob" account. They would only receive emails about friends on HIS account. Since he'd be their only friend it would be rather obvious wouldn't it? I'd say it's a problem with facebook's privacy for sure.
The only real answer is: Don't post your photos.
No matter what settings you choose, if someone you have shared them with is determined enough they can simply take a screenshot, make an image file with that, and share it.