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[TS] Google's proprietary AdID may replace third-party tracking cookies

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The technology would only be available to companies that agree to Google’s code of conduct. Users may even be able to change the list of approved advertisers through options in the browser, the source said.

Google spokesperson Rob Shilkin said the company had a number of concepts in the area of improving users’ security while ensuring the web remains economically viable but they’re all at very early stages right now.

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This is pretty big, and I hope Google pushes forward with this, will make things allot more clear, and gives us a bit more of control, in a World where we have little to no control over our privacy I mean. =P
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This is a step is a better direction. And as long as Google uses our data for good (advertising) and not sell it or give it to governments...I am okay with this.


Less stuff to block on my browsers.
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This...could be good, I hope smile.gif
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An advertising company may start pushing it's own replacement for tracking cookies.

What could possibly go wrong?
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