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Google accused of collecting private data, secretly

Google would face a lawsuit for collecting private data even in Incognito mode, according to Bloomberg. Private data collected in “Incognito” mode A judge in California decided that Google should face a lawsuit. The decision comes after three users filed a…
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Farewell online tracking? Google changes the rules

The online tracking system might become history after Google’s game changing move. The company announced that it would not use tracking technologies anymore. These helped the the giant follow users with its ads and make billions of dollars. Does online tracking…
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Facebook decided to block sharing news in Australia

Users in Australia could not read or share news on the platform, Facebook announced. The company announced that this is a reaction to the new Media Bargain law. Facebook bets on the cost for users According to a blog post, it “will restrict publishers and…
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3000 YouTube channels and accounts closed by Google

According to the Threat Analysys Group for Q1, Google took out almost 3000 YouTube channels and accounts. The decision came as YouTube considered that those were linked to influence operations from China and Russia. YouTube channels, used for political influence…
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Bing is ready to replace Google search in Australia

Bing could be the new search engine that Aussies will use if Google leaves the country, as it threatened. Microsoft’s representatives mentioned their support for Australia’s plans about the so called News Media Bargaining Code. This comes after Google mentioned…
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Google has a fresh $46bn obvious reason to show ads

Google’s reasons to show ads all the time when we are online seems to be stronger than ever. Alphabet, Google parent company announced record revenues for the second quarter since the pandemic started. The amount is as large as $56.9bn, out of which $46bn came from its…
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Google will finally pay publishers for their content

Google announced it would pay publishers to reuse the snippets of their content. This comes just a few days after it tried to show how much money it brought in Australia, in order to avoid such payments. In fact, the giant also tried to avoid paying French publishers…