According to Forbes, people may delete Chrome from their phones as a result of this new Big Tech privacy nightmare. It comes as Facebook is accused of leveraging accelerometer data in order to pinpoint locations and secretly follow and monitor app users’ activities. They allegedly did it in order to mine people’s sensitive private data. “While Facebook was gathering this information for itself, Chrome is happy to get it for others — effectively allowing a free-for-all when it comes to really sensitive information about your every activity, your every behavior,” Forbes cybersecurity writer Zak Doffman said.
According to the sources, users of Google Chrome have warned about “several high-level browser attacks”. This is the second time this week. In a recent blog post, the tech giant warned its 2.6 billion users of four “high”-rated vulnerabilities, only days after uncovering Chrome’s 12th and 13th “zero-day” attacks, according to Forbes. The Sun contacted Google for further comment on the topic. Google has unveiled the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, which are CHEAPER than the iPhone 13.
He said his research has shown how the browser enables mobile websites to access device sensors. By default, Apple blocks motion sensor access. But, according to Mr. Doffman, Google not only enables access but also informs users that this is a “preferred” choice to keep enabled. After a butt-lift, HOT MAMA Teen Mom Jade Cline flaunts her curves in skintight denim.
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