Google Agrees to Delete Incognito Mode Data to Settle Lawsuit | Sync Up


Does Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode really offer private web browsing? While the answer to that question is a resounding no, we’ll cover the verdict of Google’s recent class action settlement and what it means for your data as we sit down and sync up with Rocket IT’s weekly technology update.

Sync Up with This Week’s Technology News
In this episode, you’ll hear about:

  • Why Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode does not offer complete privacy.
  • Google’s settlement for its class action lawsuit.
  • Steps Google is taking to improve transparency and delete billions of records of web browsing data.
  • Why the settlement does not include damages for users.
  • Why a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a more secure solution for online privacy.

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