Wednesday, August 11, 2021 06:00 AM (GMT+7)
Most of the time we use the browser on our phone or computer, so the simplest way to protect privacy is to limit sharing of location data.
1. How to stop sharing location with Google Chrome on Android
First, open the Google Chrome browser on your phone, click on the three-dot icon in the upper right corner and select Settings.
Install Google Chrome on Android. Photo: MINH HOANG
Next, users just need to scroll down and navigate to Site settings – Location, then disable the Location option. Note, for specific applications such as maps, car booking, food delivery… you need to grant permission to allow them to use location.
Turn off location sharing on Google Chrome. Photo: MINH HOANG
2. How to stop sharing location with Google Chrome on iOS
Turning off location sharing with Google Chrome on iOS will be a little different than on Android. First, go to Settings – Privacy – Location Services (location services).
Next, users just need to scroll down and find the Chrome application, click on it and set it back to Never (never).
In case you want to selectively share your location, you can choose Ask next time. From now on, every time a website wants to access location data, the browser will immediately display the message Allow (allow) or Block (block).
Turn off Google Chrome’s location services. Photo: MINH HOANG
3. How to stop sharing location with Google Chrome on Windows
If you are using a computer, just open the Google Chrome browser, type in the command line address bar chrome://settings and press Enter. Next, users just need to navigate to Privacy & Security – Site settings – Location.
Finally, check the box Don’t allow sites to see your location.
4. How to stop sharing location with Google Chrome on macOS
To turn off location on macOS, open System Preferences – Security & Privacy – Privacy – Location Services.
Next, users just need to click on the padlock icon in the left corner, enter the computer password or fingerprint to unlock. When you’re done, scroll down and uncheck the Google Chrome section.
Stop sharing location with Google Chrome on macOS. Photo: MINH HOANG
Internet users increasingly want an anonymous (i.e., non-disclosure) browsing experience, but this has a huge impact on advertising, e-commerce, and the online economy at large. If a company can’t track you with third-party cookies, it’s harder to make money.
Not long ago, Google announced that it would not allow advertisers to track users online. However, at the same time, the company is also testing a new technology to replace cookies, called FLoC (or Federated Learning of Cohorts), which improves user anonymity while still collecting browsing data. website for advertising purposes.
Technically, your ID will be hidden, but you will be grouped with users with similar browsing histories and habits. Instead of selling an individual’s data, companies like Google will sell data in groups to advertisers.
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