Google CEO Sundar Pichai has new implications for incognito browsing. It appears that Google has violated the users’ privacy terms.
Beautiful in front of the court..!
Google CEO Sundar Pichai may be questioned on the issue of privacy. Alphabet.in has been accused of illegally tracking users’ internet usage through Inkagineto browsing mode. A federal judge in California has ordered Sundar Pichai to be interrogated for two hours. In a lawsuit filed in June 2020, a man accused Google of tracking Internet usage without a user’s knowledge when the Google Chrome browser is in private mode.
Google CEO Sundar argued in court that he was aware of the charges leveled against him in incognito mode. The company has been accused of violating the privacy of users in private mode.
Google has responded to the allegations made by that person in court. Google spokesman Jose Castaneda told Reuters that his allegations were untrue. The company has responded to the allegations made so far
In 2019, Sundar gave a warning..!
Sundar Pichai warns users about browsing Google Chrome Incazineto in 2019. He said at the time that InkZineto Mode was problematic. Google has previously said that Incognito Mode only stops saving users’ data. Recently, users have expressed concern about the privacy and online surveillance of Alphabet unit.