Google hopes to make third-party cookies obsolete in the near future by introducing new standards like the Privacy Sandbox. As it does so, the company is also planning on removing support for them in its browser within the next two years.
Google is planning to gradually phase out the current implementation of user-agent strings, the metadata provided by the browser whenever you connect to a website. This includes information such as the browser you're using, your operating system, and more.
This fight isn't over the ability to get into just a single criminal’s phone, but everybody’s phone. Yours and mine. And the ability for not just the FBI to get into it, but everybody. Foreign agencies and criminals.
A report claims Google has, in partnership with the second-largest healthcare provider in the U.S., been collecting healthcare data pertaining to millions of Americans in 21 different states. The data collected accounts for a complete health history of the patients, who were not informed of the program.
Whether or not you want to quit on Fitbit and try another fitness platform, you may be interested in downloading the data you've generated thus far. We'll talk you through how to do that in this guide.