Googles Incognito Data Clean-Up

Google raderar poster från Incognito spårning

Google recently announced that they will be updating their Chrome browser to no longer store data from users’ browsing activities while in Incognito mode. This change comes after several lawsuits were filed against Google for allegedly misleading users about the privacy of their Incognito mode.

Incognito mode was originally designed to allow users to browse the internet without their activity being saved to their browsing history. However, it was discovered that Google was still collecting data on users in this mode, leading to the lawsuits and concerns about user privacy.

Now, with the new update, Google will not store any data from users’ browsing activities in Incognito mode. This move has been praised by privacy advocates and is seen as a step in the right direction for protecting user data.

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