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Jan. 8, 2022, 3:39 a.m. | /u/mulga122

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For example, in telegram you could just save whole chat (if u need it) and delete it whole from both sides.

I think it should be possible to write to google and ask to delete my search data. Its illegal for them to keep it (but if they store it illegally then the solution would be just not use google from that moment or use it with some fake account)

What about emails? I have hundreds if not thousands of …

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