Tag Archives: privacy

Google will delete cookies from Chrome thanks to Privacy Sandbox

By | January 15, 2020

Google announced that it intends to develop a new set of open standards over the next two years to fundamentally enhance online privacy. Not only users will benefit, companies also. Google will block companies with a well-known way of tracking Internet users in their browser. The giant decided to withdraw support for cookies from Chrome… Read More »

Chinese "civil war" – Xiaomi and Tencent and the privacy of citizens

By | December 24, 2019

One could talk about privacy, or rather the lack of it, in China for hours, but it seems that the government there intends to guard it. Not only that – he accuses manufacturers in his country of violations in this matter: Xiaomi and Tencent. Tencent and Xiaomi violate user privacy? Unauthorized data collection – that's… Read More »

Google helps us maintain privacy

By | October 2, 2019

There is no shortage of people who think that the words "Google" and "privacy" should not appear in one sentence. The American giant argues, however, that this is wrong thinking, and provides proof of further important solutions to users. Google collects a lot of information about us that helps us run our most profitable business… Read More »