A potentially surprising website reveals everything that Google thinks it knows about you.
It includes the information about your age, gender, job and interests that the site has been able to work out as you use its products.
As you use Google products – not just the search engine but other tools such as Gmail – the company picks up information about users, in an attempt to better understand the kind of person they are. That information is then used to personalise ads, in the hope that they will be more accurate and profitable.
But that same information can be seen by users, who have the option to turn the tracking off if they desire.