Assuming you are logged into google services try this link:https://plus.google....ndorsements?hl=en-GB
(in the UK)
You can untick the endorsements settings at the bottom and click save.
I don't use (and don't intend to use) Google+ but even so because I use GMail this is still set in my profile!!!
Anyone else think it is immoral that user data is used and they sneak it through knowing that only about 1% of people actual look at T&Cs.
This is the sort of setting that should be set to off by default and a screen pop up to ask you whether you agree when you login (with a no nag setting).
Google's motto of do no evil seems to have gone right of the window. This is basically theft by T&Cs that most won't read.
If everybody read every word of every T&C they agree to (and all the updates designed to bamboozle and obfuscate what is going on) there would be nothing done in the world other than reading T&Cs !!!!!