Big Tech’s New Privacy-Friendly Initiatives Are Anything But

  • Apple is adding privacy labels to apps sold on its store as part of a broader move toward giving consumers more control over their data.
  • Google announced that it will block third-party cookies in future versions of its Chrome web browser.
  • Twitter is exploring non-advertisement routes to monetization.

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Founder, CyberScout. Co-founder, Credit.com.

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