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- Google Chrome plans to introduce a “Tracking Protection” section in settings for its Windows, macOS, and Android versions. This section will consolidate various features to prevent tracking while users surf the web.
- A significant feature in development is protection against third-party cookie domain tracking (3PCD). These cookies are a privacy concern, allowing websites and advertisers to track users across different websites.
- The “Tracking Protection” page will have options for users to choose their desired level of protection.
Google Chrome for Windows, macOS and Android is set to get a new feature or section called “Tracking Protection” in settings. While Google Chrome already has several features to limit tracking in the browser, the search engine giant wants to bring all the features from different pages under one umbrella, “Tracking Protection”.
First spotted by Windows Latest, Google plans to add a unique “Tracking Protection” section to help you discover features preventing tracking while surfing the web. Tracking protection is just the beginning of the significant privacy-related changes coming to the browser.
According to Chromium code commits seen by Windows Latest, Google is working on new protection features against third-party cookie domain tracking. Third-party cookie domain is a privacy concern for users as they let websites or advertisers follow them across different websites.
3PCD tracking protection in Google Chrome
The privacy community has previously…