Google’s Chrome browser rolls out an invasive ad platform, the “Privacy Sandbox,” that tracks users’ browsing and shares advertising topics with web pages.
The High Court ruled in favor of the Data Protection Commission (DPC), allowing it to conduct its investigation into Google’s alleged data breach before resuming Dr Johnny Ryan’s complaint.
Google is introducing new privacy tools to allow users more control over personal images online, making it easier to remove explicit content from search results.
The European Union’s antitrust authorities are considering a potential breakup of Google’s ad technology business, mirroring US actions, in a significant shift towards a more aggressive regulatory stance against large tech companies’ market dominance.
Google's plan to launch their AI chatbot Bard in the European Union has been delayed due to privacy concerns raised by the Irish DPA.
The Dutch consumer rights groups are fighting Google to cease their collection and sale of users' data without their express consent.