Google has announced its first developer preview for the Privacy Sandbox for Android 13. Developers will have access to the Topics API and SDK Runtime.
If you spot your email, phone number, personal address, or log-in credentials in Search results, Google will now (finally) let you object to it and remove them from the public eye.
Google's new Privacy Guide feature for Chrome aims to help users take better control of their privacy settings. It will launch on Chrome M100 browsers "in the coming weeks."
Whether it's through FLoC, Topics, or some new repackaging, Google really wants to offer profitable targeted ads for the Play Store without falling behind Apple in the privacy space.
Meta has agreed to settle a decade-old privacy lawsuit against Facebook for tracking users after they had signed out of the platform.
On Data Privacy Day, a performance marketing firm shared a few tips for keeping your social media accounts safe.
Governments have the responsibility of looking out for Olympians who don't spend their free time focusing on things like privacy rights in foreign countries.
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