Google takes aim at profit-seeking third parties

The Wall Street Journal reports Google is set to roll out privacy tools designed to limit data shared by advertisers.
0:53 | 05/07/19

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In today's tech bytes Google reportedly cracking down on cookies cookies Wall Street Journal says Google is set to roll up new privacy tools aimed at limiting the small tax files is by advertisers to target consumers. Google's effort is set to be aimed mostly at profits seeking third parties. And your Twitter feed is about to get a lot more animated that's because you can now at a photo video board jets to a re tweet and set up. Only tax. The change is likely to lead to a big increase in non text content fingered hotline like gifts area what are the objective and can I. And now that Kerry Meghann have welcomed their new royal baby and that is full of suggestions for me sweetened blue helped announce his birth among the favorite names on light is Spencer on collapsing at Harry's mother. That book he's say Arthur Albert and Philip are most likely that's a big gift does your tech bytes.

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