The history of the browser has been largely relegated to the history books, but the browser is becoming a key component of modern life.
A study published this month found that the browser’s history is now being used to analyse how people use the internet and make decisions.
Google’s browser history includes pages that track people’s searches for specific terms and their behaviour, the company said.
Its user-generated history is the largest online repository of its kind, but it does not include content that is directly from the site.
Users can also search through the history of sites using the search box in the top right corner of the screen.
Google said the data would help it understand how people think and feel.
Google said it would analyse the data in future, but would not share the findings with advertisers.
Google has long maintained its browser history is not a real database.
But the company’s data collection is more than just data collection.
It is an integral part of how Google operates and how it is governed.
It records how often people use Google search and how long they are online.
Google’s ad-funded Chrome browser has become a vital part of modern society, and its history is one of the biggest online repositories of data on how people do and think.
Google has long resisted the use of data that would allow it to monetise search and to identify the interests of users.
Google is in talks with the Federal Trade Commission to offer users a better way to access its browser data.