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Google Chrome introduces new Privacy Guide with simplified privacy controls

Privacy Guide will be rolled out to Chrome desktop users who are on version 100 or above in the coming weeks.

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Published: 7 April 2022, 12:28 PM

Google Chrome is introducing an all new Privacy Guide to make customising of privacy settings simpler, announced Google on Wednesday (Apr 7). 

Developed at the Google Safety Engineering Center (GSEC) in Munich, the step-by-step guided tour will enable users to sift through the various controls in order to make the suitable settings selections. 

While navigating through the Privacy Guide, users will learn about the intention behind each setting and how it impacts their browsing experience.

Currently, the tool encompasses four key settings – Cookies, History Sync, Safe Browsing, and Make Searches and Browsing Better.


Changes will be saved along the way, enabling users to resume the guided tour anytime. PHOTO CREDIT: GOOGLE


More settings may be added according to feedback from the community. 

The card for the feature will appear as a new menu option in the “Privacy and security” tab of Chrome settings which can be accessed from the three dot menu button in the top-right corner. 

Google will be rolling out the Privacy Guide to all M100 Chrome Desktop users in the coming weeks. 

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