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Walled Garden Walls Will Get Higher Under Google’s New Privacy Policies

Advertisers have been nimble throughout the variety of challenges that have impacted the targeting and privacy landscape: GDPR, CCPA, other state legislation, like Maryland’s—even the third-party cookie phase-out, which many didn’t think the industry would be able to overcome. Ad land and ad tech quickly pivoted strategies, working hand in hand with each other to provide solutions to the “cookie apocalypse,” well before the phase-out goes into effect next January. … Source link

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Google Sites Sitemap Documentation Removed

Sitemaps for Google Sites Google Removed Text About Building a Sitemap Google Leaves No Instructions for Sitemaps Screenshot of Current Google Developer Page for Sitemaps Citations Google Sites removed documentation on how to create sitemaps within the Google Sites. Google updated their documentation on March 1, 2021 to reflect that Google Sites does not auto-generate site maps. It’s unclear how long it’s been since this the sitemap creation function was removed. Sitemaps for Google Sites

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What Travelers Are Thinking Right Now, According to Google

At TravelPulse, we keep a close eye on how our users find our content and the topics they are interested in reading about. Doing so helps us stay ahead of the game when it comes to preparing the right content and satisfying the industry’s desire for information. Perhaps the most important part of this process is understanding trends among Google searches. With over 3.5 billion Google searches happening per day, the Google search engine is the most popular website in the world, and the… Source link

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Google Crushed Many Digital Ad Rivals. But a Challenger Is Rising.

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has crushed almost all its competitors in the world of digital-advertising technology. But one rival is emerging as the best hope to challenge the tech giant—if it manages to keep up its momentum. The Trade Desk Inc., which specializes in helping companies buy online ads across publishers’ websites, has done what others failed at: eating into Google’s share of the market. While Google dominates that area of ad-buying with about 40% of the business, Trade Desk is… Source link

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Brave Battles Google Amid Growing Demand For Privacy

With the growing demand for data privacy, Google announced it will stop selling ads based on … [+] individual users’ web browsing habits. However, privacy-focused browser Brave advances the ambition with a new search engine. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Privacy browser Brave created a competitor to Google’s GOOG flagship search engine with its latest acquisition. But the timing could have been better. Announced yesterday, Brave… Source link

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Google’s Non-Announcement Shocks The Ad Industry – Again

“The Sell Sider” is a column written for the sell side and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media.  Today’s column is written by Tom Kershaw, CTO of Magnite and Chairman of Prebid.org. For the second time in the past 13 months, Google managed to plunge the world of ad tech into complete chaos Wednesday, despite not saying much that’s new or noteworthy. If you believe what you read, it’s the end of the open Internet as we know it, the upending of the… Source link

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How to Back Up Your iPhone or Android Device With Google One

If you need to back up the data on your mobile phone, you can use Google Drive for Android devices, Samsung Cloud for Samsung phones, and iCloud for iPhones. But if you need lots of storage space, another option is Google One. Available for free with 15GB of space or as a paid subscription with 100GB to 30TB of storage, the Google One app will back up your photos, videos, contacts, and calendar. You can back up data from a phone or tablet, so Google One works across all your mobile devices.

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BBVA and Google Team to Improve Security Using AI

The global financial services group BBVA and Google announced a partnership on Feb. 23 to develop an artificial intelligence platform to predict and prevent cyberattacks. The announcement comes on the heels of a potential breach in which credit card customers of the bank and other card issuers reported widespread fraudulent charges. Key Takeaways BBVA and Google are collaborating on Chronicle, a platform that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and stop… Source link

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Google speeds up its release cycle for Chrome – TechCrunch

Google today announced that its Chrome browser is moving to a faster release cycle by shipping a new milestone every four weeks instead of the current six-week cycle (with a bi-weekly security patch). That’s one way to hasten the singularity, I guess, but it’s worth noting that Mozilla also moved to a four-week cycle for Firefox last year. “As we have improved our testing and release processes for Chrome, and deployed bi-weekly security updates to improve our patch gap, it became… Source link

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