How Google uses secret 'push pages' to share personal details with advertisers

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Google has been accused of using secret 'push pages' to share personal details with advertisers. Image via Pixabay
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Google has been accused of using secret 'push pages' to share personal details with advertisers. Image via Pixabay

Combined with tracking cookies supplied by Google, push pages enable organisations to identify individual web browsers, claims Brave's Johnny Ryan

Johnny Ryan, the chief policy officer of browsing company Brave, this week accused Google of using secret web pages to feed users' personal data to advertisers. But how does it supposedly work? According...

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