In a surprise announcement, Google has stated that it will soon stop tracking your activity across the web as well as through its products. This is a part of the effort to build a privacy-first web.
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The investigation has been launched following rivals' concerns that the Privacy Sandbox project could curb their digital advertising. It will assess whether Google is abusing its dominant position.
GitHub today announced that it will no longer serve banners on its site for its cookie policies because it is completely removing all non-essential and third-party cookies from the website.
Google releases Chrome 80 on the stable channel today. The new update includes changes to SameSite Cookies which bolster security but may also introduce breakage if a site hasn't been updated.
Google has announced that it will phase out support for third-party cookies in Chrome within the next two years. It will work with other web bodies to develop viable privacy-friendly alternatives.
Mozilla has released the next version of its Firefox web browser. In Firefox 65, users can better control their online privacy and gain access to newly introduced support for WebP and the AV1 codec.