Google to erase private browsing data

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Google to erase private browsing data collected from Incognito mode
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Google to erase private browsing data collected from Incognito mode

Google agrees to delete 'billions of data points' collected from Incognito

Google has reached a settlement in a class action lawsuit, agreeing to delete user data collected from Incognito Mode browsing sessions. The lawsuit alleged that Google misled users about the level...

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