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Don't worry we've found a way to stop it.
If you're a fan of Google voice search then you might want to proceed with caution, as Google could be recording every conversation you've ever had around your device.
Talking is all that's needed to activate the recordings, and you'll probably be shocked to know that company quietly keeps a record of everything you've ever said.
If you've never used Google voice search, the feature works as a way of letting people search using speech.
Storing these recordings presumably lets Google improve its language recognition tools as well as the results that it gives to people.
It's a win, win right? Or is it?
Don't freak out though, there is an easy way of listening to and deleting all of the information that it collects through a special page where Google stores everything about your search habits.
While the record can actually prove quite useful, by reminding you of the various places and things you've needed to search, it is also scary reminder of how invasive technology can be.
To delete files, you can click the check box on the left and then move back to the top of the page and select “delete”.
To get rid of EVERYTHING, simply press the “More” button, select “Delete options” and then “Advanced” and click through.
Of course the easiest way to stop the recordings is to turn off voice search all together, and go back to regular old typing!