You must be using the incognito mode in Google Chrome to keep your online privacy protected. But if you browse on the incognito tab then even then, you are still being tracked. Google makes it clear that when you browse on Google Chrome incognito mode doesn’t protect your online privacy. Today I am explaining to you that Google can track your browsing even if you use incognito mode. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
If you don’t know that your data may be tracked even if you are browsing in incognito mode. And if you continue using it then your data may be tracked. Google makes it clear that your data can be tracked while you are browsing in incognito mode. After the three users dragged Google to court in the US for tracking users even if they were browsing in incognito mode. Google wanted the case to be trashed and it cleared about incognito mode. The $5 billion lawsuits charge Google of “pervasive data tracking business”.
Users’ data can be tracked even when browsing in Incognito mode
Google said, “incognito” doesn’t mean “invisible” and it should have been Common sense for Chrome users. A California judge is refusing to quash the class action lawsuit as per Bloomberg reports. Also, US District Judge Lucy Koh notes that “Google didn’t notify users that Google engages in the alleged data collection while the users are in private browsing mode”.
Google denied this claim and said in a statement to The Verge that it would defend itself vigorously against them. According to the Verge reports, The user’s activity while browsing in incognito mode will be visible on the website they visit. Also, any third-party analytics or ad services that the Website uses, Google filing clarified in its court.
Google said in a statement that “Incognito mode gives users the option to browse the internet without the activity being saved in their browser”. Also, Google spokesperson Jose Castaneda told Verge that We clearly state each time you open a new incognito tab, websites might be able to collect information about your browsing activity during the session.