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Google will need to destroy incognito browsing data

Google will need to destroy incognito browsing data Sophie Atkinson Tech Journalist   Google has committed to destroying or remediating ‘billions of data records’ collected through incognito browsing sessions as part of a proposed class action settlement filed Monday (April 1). The lawsuit, originally filed in June of 2020, accuses the search giant of violating … Continue reading Google will need to destroy incognito browsing data

Google To Destroy Incognito Browsing Data

Google To Destroy Incognito Browsing Data by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, April 1, 2024 Google will destroy data from millions of users’ web-browsing histories as part of a lawsuit settlement, but there’s no word on whether or not purging the data will affect the company’s ad-targeting accuracy rates or large language model training capabilities.  … Continue reading Google To Destroy Incognito Browsing Data

Google says it will destroy browsing data collected from Chrome’s Incognito mode

Google says it will destroy browsing data collected from Chrome’s Incognito mode It’s part of a settlement reached in December over a $5 billion privacy lawsuit. Will Shanklin   Updated Mon, Apr 1, 2024 ALAIN JOCARD via Getty Images The first details emerged Monday from Google’s settlement of a class-action lawsuit over Chrome’s tracking of … Continue reading Google says it will destroy browsing data collected from Chrome’s Incognito mode

Taxes – How New “Tax The Rich” Policies Will Destroy Small Business

Steven Imke February 1, 2021 Politics is essentially the practice of influencing others. In an environment of free will, the act of influencing either appeals to a constituent’s “self-interest” or contributes to their “self-esteem”. Appealing to self-interest is self-serving while appealing to self-esteem makes constituents feel morally superior. When it comes to paying taxes, the … Continue reading Taxes – How New “Tax The Rich” Policies Will Destroy Small Business

5 Culprits that Destroy Agility – and How to Overcome Them

Engelina Jaspers November 14, 2020 Willgard / Pixabay One of the key lessons of 2020 is the need for companies, and individuals, to become more resilient. Many organizations think they are resilient, but they are not. Research by McKinsey found that less than 10 percent of publicly traded companies pre-COVID were resilient. The lack of … Continue reading 5 Culprits that Destroy Agility – and How to Overcome Them