In exchange for all those free services Google provides -- Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps and more -- you're regularly giving up piles of information about yourself and your buying habits, Business Insider notes. But there are ways to take a look at the info, too.
In a Thursday, May 5, article, the business site details a variety of ways consumers can get a handle on the info that marketers have access to. You can search for some of these obscure options yourself -- or use the links and tutorials the article provides.
While there's no indication the mountains of information is being used for insidious reasons, it's a little startling to see all the info that's stored. So take a look, folks, and decide what and how much you want to share.
Read the full Business Insider story here.