When you use Google Music to play music, you’re sharing your data with Google, says software company

By downloading Google Music, you are sharing your personal data with the company.

Google Music uses your browser history and other information to identify you when you open your browser, track you, or use other apps on your device.

It also helps you find songs you love, whether they are from your favorite artists or albums, or even songs you’ve heard on YouTube.

But when you use it to play a song, you might be sharing your private information with Google.

You might be asked for permission to use your personal information, and you might receive notifications about your activities that can affect Google’s ability to use and monetize your information.

In fact, Google Music is used by millions of people on Android phones and tablets.

That’s why we created the Music Freedom Protection Plan to protect you from the risks of sharing your information with third parties.

Here’s how it works: Music Freedom Plan: If you download Google Music and then use the Google Music app, you can control how Google uses your personal info.

You can control what information Google collects about you when it collects and stores your information, how long that information is kept, and how much of that information Google uses.

You also can control the permissions Google gives to third parties that can access your information to sell ads and collect other information.

If you want to control the sharing of your information in a way that protects your privacy, you need to create an account with Google Music.

For more information about the Google Privacy Policy, click here.

How to manage your data: You can restrict who can access, share, and use your information or disable data sharing for any number of reasons, but some settings apply only to the Google account you created with the Google Account Manager app.

For example, you cannot set up your Google Account with a different password or create a different email address.

If Google Music collects information about you, you may also want to review how Google may use your data and decide whether you want your data to be shared with third-party advertisers.

If the sharing is limited to certain apps, you also may want to limit the sharing to those apps.

Google’s privacy policy is available here.