The search giant online ad business benefits from harvesting your personal data, but its browser team is pushing to make the web private by default. Google wants Chrome to protect your online privacy better. Google Chrome team, advancing its web privacy effort, later this year will begin testing the privacy sandbox proposals it unveiled in 2019. The Chrome tests, which Google announced Tuesday, are part of an effort to make it harder for publishers, advertisers and data brokers to harvest your...

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