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Now, Google looking to develop anti-tracking feature for Android

Now, Google looking to develop anti-tracking feature for Android

Following Apple’s lead, Google is looking to create an anti-tracking feature for its mobile OS – Android, Bloomberg reported. It said Google is exploring how it can curb data collection and cross-app tracking. However, the tool, when added, won’t be as strict as Apple’s that allows users to completely black out tracking for advertisers. Apple drew flak from ad revenue-dependent companies for this.

Clara
Clara
Viviko
Viviko 3 weeks

I can’t wait for Google’s Anti-Tracking feature to block everyone from tracking users... except Google...

Ryan Taylor
Ryan Taylor 3 weeks

Let me fix the premise: Google is looking to Monopolize data collection...

Chris
Chris 3 weeks

Will it prevent apps from listening to our private conversations through our phones?

Foshizzle
Foshizzle 3 weeks

And of course we can trust Google as much as we can trust their non-biased search results.

Test Steam
Test Steam 3 weeks

Great fox hen house example.

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