In a blog post on the matter, Google explained some of the changes caused b the new law, which comes into effect later this month.
Google also promises improved user controls, which means you’ll be able to easily view the data Google collected about you and delete it if you so desire — check out the Activity Controls at this link.
In the future, Google will offer you a better way to export Google data. The Data Transfer Project is available on GitHub right now, which will allow developers to transfer data from one Google service to something else.
GDPR also forces Google to address tools for children. That’s where the Family Link comes in, a feature meant to help parents manage their children’s access to Google products.
If you care about privacy, then definitely check out Google’s full blog post. It’s unclear, for the time being, whether the new privacy management features will be available to European users only, or whether they’ll apply to all Google users.