Google on Friday announced that it would soon be able to show users’ names, photos, ratings and comments in ads across the Web, endorsing marketers’ products.
To clear things up: People who do not want their profile information and comments used in ads must uncheck the box next to that phrase. The box is, by default, checked for Google Plus users.
In comments on this post and elsewhere, many Google Plus members reported that when they visited the setting page, the box was unchecked.
Or how about you don't go to google or have gmail or have a youtube account or facebook?