YouTube Premium Lite removes advertising, and that’s it.
Mario de Lima, head of Digital Media at +OneX, says clock is ticking for brands that rely on third-party cookies to formulate new strategies.
Next month, Google will not allow sign-ins for phones and tablets running Android 2.3.7 (Gingerbread) to ensure account privacy.
Concerns continue to be raised over Hong Kong and its newly amended data protection laws around doxing.
Now is not the time to rest of laurels, says Incubeta, as companies unsure what to do now Google has delayed its third-party cookies plan.
Initially rolling out in the US, the updated Passes feature could be used to display COVID-19 vaccination status for Android users.
The pace at which breaking stories evolve means Google might not always have the most reliable information, so it’s addressing that.
Work with regulators partly to blame for two year delay to block third-party cookies, says Google in its latest blog post.
The move would make a lot of sense given the data and language tools that Google already possesses, such as its recently showcased LaMDA AI.
Adverts featuring alcohol, political content and gambling among others can no longer appear in YouTube’s prime position.
After competition regulators in the UK said they were investigating Google’s ad tracking and targeting practices, they’re now collaborating.
It looks like Google’s plan to shorten the URL in the Chrome address bar to better spot malicious sites is coming to an end.
The Federated Learning of Cohorts has some problems and Mozilla’s CTO hopes Google will address concerns before rollout.
From September onwards, Google will no longer charge search engine providers in the EU to feature on the Choice Screen Android setup.
The search giant has said it will end some of its self-preference practices with regards to ad servers.
Russia has its sights set on Google for failing to remove alleged illegal content, but the company has fired back with a lawsuit.
The DA’s Phumzile Van Damme described the move as “”Cowardly. Ill-advised. Ordering a storm unprovoked”.
With the Android version of Clubhouse rolling out to select countries this week, now the South African Google Play Store has access.