Google wants to make it harder for sites to detect that you’re using Chrome’s Incognito Mode

Many people turn on the Incognito mode for their privacy and don’t let Google Chrome record your activity for private browsing. However, the implementation of the Incognitos mode does not completely make you “invisible”. According to Google Chrome, the following parties may still see your event: websites that you visit, your employer or school, your Internet service provider. Now, Google wants to make you safer, so that the websites you connect to don’t know if you are in Incognito mode.

Google was found guilty of violating EU privacy regulations and fined €50 million

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) implemented by the European Union in May last year to protect the privacy of citizens of the European Union. On the first day of GDPR implementation, Google was immediately reported and allegedly violating the relevant regulations. After several months of investigation, there are finally results today. Google was found guilty of violating the rules and paying a fine of 50 million euros (about 450 million Hong Kong dollars).