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Lilbits: Google’s Privacy Sandbox for Android, Valve brings more Windows games to Linux, and a triple-screen PC powered by Raspberry Pi computers

Google is announcing a vague plan to provide Android users with more privacy from ad tracking technology… but unlike Apple, which has basically made tracking an opt-in experience on iOS, Google is trying to find a way to offer more privacy without completely gutting the advertising model that accounts for most of the company’s profits. We’ll […]

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Ghostery Privacy Browser for Android lets you see (and block) what’s tracking you

Ghostery has been offering desktop browser plugins for years, letting users see what tracking scripts are running on a page. This lets you know about ads, analytics, social widgets, and other tools running on the websites you visit. You can also block some or all of those scripts. Now Ghostery has launched a mobile version: […]