Will Google’s incognito window finally be anonymous? Understand the case

Will Google’s incognito window finally be anonymous? Understand the case
Will Google’s incognito window finally be anonymous? Understand the case
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Google will have to disable user tracking in the incognito window, in addition to deleting billions of collected data. The decision is a consequence of a legal agreement signed by the company, which was also pressured to provide more transparency about the functioning of the private mode. The class action lawsuit was filed by users who accuse Google of illegally tracking their online behavior, even using the feature that offered anonymity. Next, understand more about the collective action against Google, how Chrome’s incognito window worked and what will change from now on.

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