Google Fined $5B For Tracking Users In Its Incognito Mode

Google Fined $5B For Tracking Users In Its Incognito Mode

Google has to face a $5 billion lawsuit for its Google Chrome Incognito mode. Google has booked for collecting users’ web history in its hidden mode too. Under incognito mode as well user’s history is being tracked. Google has violated the wiretapping and some privacy laws for intercepting, tracking, and collecting information of users. The …

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Google: 3 New Ways Anyone Can Update Google Maps

Google 3 New Ways Anyone Can Update Google Maps

  Google Maps is introducing three new ways for users to add helpful content for others, including the option to share pictures without dropping a review. The aim is to make sharing and searching local recommendations with ease. Recommendation: Google Brings ‘Full Coverage’ For News In Search Results Google Maps Photo Updates Google will soon …

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Google Brings ‘Full Coverage’ For News In Search Results

Google Brings 'Full Coverage' For News In Search Results

  Google is updating search results with the Full Coverage feature for breaking news results which gives more details about stories from multiple sources. Full Coverage was initially introduced in Google News. If you are not a daily user of the Google News app you may not have experienced Full Coverage before. Recommendation: Google Ads …

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Facebook Will Revoke Its Interim Ban On Political Ads

Facebook Will Revoke Its Interim Ban On Political Ads

Facebook has declared that it will allow advertisers to run political ads on its platform. From today, the ban on political ads is revoked by the company. Facebook has announced a ban on all political ads in the final week of the poll so that there is no misuse of any political message that might …

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YouTube Is Set To Launch Its YouTube Short In The US By Next Month

YouTube Is Set To Launch Its YouTube Short In The US By Next Month

Today, YouTube has confirmed that the company is all set to launch its youTube short in the US. By the end of March 2021, YouTube shorts will be live in the US. YouTube Shorts first came in India in September but under a Beta version and is still in Beta only. According to YouTube, since …

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Twitter Coming Up With Subscriptions For Its Premium Features

Twitter Coming Up With Subscriptions For Its Premium Features

Twitter is looking to generate some revenue through a subscription model. Twitter is planning to go with a subscription model for its TweetDeck and other premium features. As for now, it will be a monthly subscription. The main motive behind the subscription model to make Twitter advertising more comfortable for the markerters. The company was …

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US Government Drop Plans To Force The Sell-Off Of TikTok

US Government Drop Plans To Force The Sell-Off Of TikTok

  President Biden Administration as expected has officially declared that it will not be forcing TikTok to sell its company into the US ownership, therefore discarding a push from the Trump administration that approved the sale of TikTok to an Oracle/Walmart group. Recommendation: TikTok Plans To Add New Tools To Facilitate eCommerce Push According To …

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Google Shopping Updated With Black Owned Business Label

Google Shopping Updated With Black Owned Business Label

Businesses that are owned by black in the US now can get the “Black Owned Business” label in their Google Shopping listing as well. This is as same as Google My Business shows but this time it is showing on the product results page. Recommendation: Google Adds A New Price Drop Rich Result Google Stated …

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Google Provides More Information About The Domain In Search Result Page

Google Provides More Information About The Domain In Search Result Page

On a regular basis, Google tries out something new on the search result page. But adding some new options for the users is once in a while. As a result, every time when Google does something for the users it is worth paying attention to. Yesterday, Google has added some new features for US users …

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Twitter Launches Birdwatch – A Community-based Approach To Misinformation

Twitter Launches Birdwatch - A Community-based Approach To Misinformation

  Twitter has announced a community-driven program called Birdwatch for identifying misinformation. This new program is restricted to the United States. Recommendation: Twitter Purchases ‘Revue’ – A Newsletter Publishing Startup Twitter Birdwatch Birdwatch is a program where the contributors will create ‘notes’ about the misinformation found on the Twitter app. The notes will not be …

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