Google’s FLoC trial will change how millions of users are tracked online. Here’s how to find out if you’re part of the trial, and how to opt out.
Google promised that its third-party cookie replacement—called FLoC—will preserve user privacy. Its trial calls that into question.
Researchers have tested the amount of telemetry data that Android and iPhone handhelds send home. The results may surprise you.
We look at the latest developments for Google’s “Project Sandbox”, and explore what’s going to happen to third-party cookies.
Google has released a patch for yet another vulnerability in Chrome’s audio component after it was exploited in the wild.
Google teamed up with researchers from Stanford University to analyse 5 months worth of mails. This is what they found.
Browsers are phasing out third-party cookies. Google needs a cookie replacement that respects your privacy, fast. Is FLoC the answer?
Google has patched two more zero-day vulnerabilities that were actively being exploited in the wild. Update now!
Google will no longer allow advertising of stalkerware and spyware tools, but a written exception could allow some companies to skirt the rules.