19/05/2021

The Guardian

Google adopts new privacy controls

Google has unveiled a suite of new privacy controls that give people more power over their personal data. The controls include allowing people to delete the last 15 minutes of their search history, introduce a password-protected photos folder, inform users when one of their passwords is compromised in a data breach, and record which apps have access to an Android's camera and location information. Google also announced a new partition within Android to manage machine learning data more securely. 

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