If you ask any privacy evangelist in the world, they will tell you that Google knows more about you than your friends.
Google will soon start pushing more Gmail users and Google Account holders to enable two-step verification — the extra layer of security that can protect people when their credentials have been phished or exposed through a data breach.
iOS update stops tracking by Facebook and other advertisers, who fought the move. App Tracking Transparency is finally here.
Tracking cookies are being scrapped according to Google by 2022, the company says will plot “a course towards a more privacy-friendly web”.
If Google kills cookies, won’t the company just cook up some other method for individually tracking users? Google says anonymized, group-based interest tracking will be good enough.
Edge and Chrome are coming to the rescue with beefed-up password management built directly into the browsers natively including Edge’s new sync feature.