GoogleGoogle released a feature Google Dashboard recently that lets users see and control data that the Web giant has collected about them at a conference in Europe. The service provide have an online summary of a user’s Google files, Gmail, Google Docs, Picasa photos and so on — by collecting pre-existing privacy controls in one place.

Dashboard users can review and delete recent Google searches, see recently opened and shared documents, iGoogle gadgets, Google Reader, Profile, Tasks and survey their interactions with other Google-powered sites such as YouTube.

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