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).
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The original accepted answer is out of date.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 ...
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, ...
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.
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 ...
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) ...
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 ...
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 ...
Ghostery and Disconnect act as content blockers (if you've enabled blocking) and their innards are very similar. Heres an answer I provided recently on Ghostery support board:
This question is asked pretty often on our support boards (I work for Ghostery). You can use however many addons you want in conjunction, however, both DNTMes and Disconnects ...
The Google Apps Email Audit API allows Google Apps administrators to audit a user's email, email drafts, and archived chats. In addition, a domain administrator can retrieve account login information and download a user's mailbox.
Unlike LinkedIn, this is not possible on Facebook.
In fact, Facebook developers are explicitly prohibited from making any application that claim to be able to do so in accordance with the Platform Policy.
You can somewhat see who you chat with the most. See http://digiwonk.wonderhowto.com/how-to/track-who-views-your-facebook-profile-0147349/
EDIT: Cognito Forms now supports full encryption of all entry data and uploaded files at rest. Furthermore, you can mark sensitive fields as protected to ensure they are not inadvertently transmitted insecurely, such as through email notifications or insecure redirects/webhooks.
Learn more about Cognito Forms security at: https://www.cognitoforms.com/...
It is not possible to share a document from within Google Documents and have it BCC all the recipients. This is a feature that has been requested a lot over the past several years on the Google product forums (e.g. here, here, here, and here), and so far Google has not implemented it.
I saw a couple people in those threads mention a workaround that will ...
To adjust who can see your Friends section:
Go to your profile.
Click Friends below your cover photo.
Click at the top of the page and select Edit Privacy from the dropdown menu.
Select an audience (ex: Friends, Public, Only me) to choose who you share your friend list with on your profile.
This is well explained on Facebook help page: Who can see the ...
I believe that's the name that gets sent as part of your email address when you send messages, ergo:
John Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(I think also exposes your name when someone uses Gmail to send you a message as well.)
If your email address isn't your name (mine is) and you want to keep some anonymity, you might want to change that.
You can ...
The setting you're looking for is actually on the Privacy tab in your settings.
Change it from "Everyone" to "Friends", and only people who you are in your Friends list will be able to find you by your phone number.
This is not a definitive answer, but I feel the reason they would would give is:
When you are sharing a file, if they have your contacts, they can suggest you email address to share the link with.
That's what they do on mobile as well.
It's not possible to hide the owner name on shared documents. It could be found either on the Google Documents UI or on Google Drive.
The alternative is to use an account that doesn't include your name on the email address nor the display name.
If you will not allow strangers to edit your documents, another alternative is to publish your files to the web.
Incognito mode only prevents the browser from saving cookies, history, etc. It does nothing to prevent servers from recording other meta data about you. At the very least, you visited the spammy site and Facebook using the same IP address. That's an easy way to connect the two browsing sessions.
I've also heard of other ways to profile you, based on user ...