May 1, 2019 Business, Featured News, Online
Catalin Cimpanu reports:
Following a year’s worth of privacy scandals and criticism for collecting users’ geo-location data, Google announced today plans to roll out a new feature that will let users auto-delete location, browsing, and search history data from their accounts after a certain period of time.
The new feature is set to roll out in the coming weeks, according to Google, and will allow users to set an expiration date for information like past Google searches, activity on Google-owned sites, installations and usage of Android apps and games.
Read more on ZDNet.
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