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  • Google today launched the Privacy Sandbox for Android.
  • The intention is to make ad tracking on Android more secure and private without using the “blunt” method Apple uses.
  • Unfortunately, Google is still grasping at how to do make this work.

Google owns Android. The reason it bought Android is to make money, obviously. The way Google makes money is by selling advertisers the data they need to directly target specific people. Therefore, it’s obvious that Google uses Android user data to make money.

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