Google interjects a search on google.co.uk
The article states that “if you are signed in, it will remember the choice across signed in devices and browsers.”
Clicking on the "Next" button brings users to standard text describing how Google manages its process of tracking user activity. Now individuals will see a "I Agree" button, or "Other options" which leads you to your privacy setting options. Then the only way to proceed is to select the "I Agree" button.Online Privacy Continues to be a Concern for Internet Users
This has led to many discussions about increased levels of not provided data in Google Analytics and Ad blocking on mobile devices.
For those who rely on the Google Chrome Incognito Mode, note the following statement published in ghacks.net
“GPUs don't respect process boundaries - physical memory is NOT zeroed when it is passed to a new process. When you close an incognito window, all GPU assets (framebuffer, textures, etc) are left sitting in VRAM. Later, another application can create a new buffer on the GPU and find it filled with the previous incognito window contents.”
suggests a great related article that highlights how Internet use can invade home privacy. See link below.
As levels of Internet use increase., we can expect these issues to increase correspondingly. #internetprivacy #googleanalytics #internetusers #googleprivacypolicyupdates
Read more to gain key details:https://www.hillwebcreations.com/internet-users-privacy-impacts-google-analytics-not-set-data/http://www.ghacks.net/2016/01/11/chrome-incognito-mode-leak/https://www.webmasterworld.com/uk_ireland_search_engines/4804184.htmhttps://www.google.com/policies/privacy/http://www.gearbrain.com/hackers-home-security-internet-of-things-1778669864.html
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