The Google Chrome browser officially launches its tool to protect the data of its users: a dashboard that gives control. This table serves as an interface to granularly manage cookies and data collection, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The new feature could come out this week. This change is incremental to Firefox or Safari, which introduced the default tracking block for their browsers. Chrome had already tightened its data rules without hindering programmatic media. This update would theoretically only have the option to block cookies in Chrome’s user controls. Nothing to do with the machine learning software built into the device designed by Apple to detect and block web follower
This innovation is positive for users but it is a little less for Google. Indeed, the change is important because the programming companies disproportionately use Chrome, where advertising cookies can still be used.
Nevertheless, the change is important because the programming companies disproportionately use the Chrome browser, where advertising cookies can still be used. CEO, JB Rudelle, told investors last week that Chrome accounted for 50% of Criteo’s business.