Google Now Offers a Monthly Account Activity Report

Google Now Offers a Monthly Account Activity Report

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Google just launched a new opt-in feature called Account Activity, which sends users a detailed monthly report full of analytics about their logged in use of Google. The user receives a Web link to a password-protected report. The report displays data like login locations, browsers, platforms, changes to login credentials,...
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