Tech & Science Floc: Brave and Vivaldi do not want to deliver new tracking technology from Google
Ancelotti tells Everton to be 'brave' if they want a top four finish
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has called for his players to be braver if they want to compete in Europe next season ahead of what he called a 'must-win' match at home to Crystal Palace. The Toffees have been dogged by inconsistency and have not won more than four matches in a row since Boxing Day and that has hampered a season which at one point looked like being one for a Champions League qualification challenge.The current seven-match run of three wins and four defeats - two of which were against struggling Fulham and Burnley - highlight the problem Ancelotti has to address in the final 10 games of the season.
Google is longer under pressure and is already exposed to various antitrust procedures and allegations of data protects due to its dominance in the advertising business and its tracking methods. In order to dispel the concerns and at the same time meeting the increasing relevance of Adblockers, the company has been requiring some, sometimes symbolic measures. These include, among other things, the Privacy Sandbox, the Coalition for Better Ads, the abolition of Third Party Cookies in Google Chrome or the manifest V3, which would clearly restrict the power of Adblockers.
WebXR Experiments: Google launches Web Showcase for AR and VR with own apps
Google brings with the "WebXR experiments" a platform for web-based apps that use augmented or virtual reality. The search engine giant introduces four considerable apps directly. © Google Google's WebXR experiments. "Experiments With Google" is Google's platform for the showcasing of new technologies. Now joins the web standard WebXR, which makes augmented (expanded) and virtual (virtual) realities accessible via the web. The WebXR Experiments are openly created.
A central building block is also the new Federated Learning of Cohorts method (FLOC), with which Google waive outwardly to an individual tracking of individual users and instead want to change to stakeholders, which should then be offered to the advertising industry. However, this model is in criticism and an antititust procedure in the USA has recently been supplemented at this point. De facto relocates Floc, which is part of the chromium platform and thus also other chromium-based browsers are concerned, the individual tracking so only from the servers of Google in the user's browser. As a result, Google would possibly even expand its power in this area.
Brave and Vivaldi against FLOC acquisition
At the same time, however, it is on the developers of other browsers, as they deal with Floc as a technology and whether they also deliver them in their projects. Withand , two of the more famous representatives have now been pronounced and will remove them from their own chromium base. Of course, users of Mozilla Firefox and Apple's Safari Browsers are also on the safe side, as these browsers continue to travel with their own engine.
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