Google Reveals Privacy Updates, Choice Screens, and Data API Ahead of DMA Enforcement Date

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Google has trailed another bundle of product tweaks ahead of Thursday’s deadline for compliance with the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA). Google’s blog post further notes that users “may” see “new consent banners asking them whether they would like to link their Google services“. The adtech giant is the DMA gatekeeper with by far the largest number of regulated platforms — eight in total; namely: Google Maps, Google Play, Google Shopping, Google Ads, Chrome, Android, Google Search and YouTube. Elsewhere on data for ads, Google appear to be relying on its advertisers to keep a pipeline of targetable user data flowing through its ad engines. Some of what Google is trailing in today’s blog post also appears to be re-announcing changes previously announced and/or launched in recent weeks.

“Unveiling the Future: A Comprehensive Look at CES 2024’s Latest Revelations from NVIDIA, AI, and Samsung’s Foldable Screens”

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Kicking off the first day are some bigger announcements from companies, including Nvidia, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Honda. Nvidia gets its game onToday, Nvidia gets into artificial intelligence in a big way with the unveiling of its GeForce RTX, including the GeForce RTX 40 Super series of desktop graphics cards. Apple Vision Pro to go on sale Feb. 2And Apple, in a surprise announcement preempting CES, stole some of the show’s thunder by announcing the Vision Pro will be available in the U.S. The consumer electronics giant confirmed that the Vision Pro will be available in the U.S. starting February 2. This startup is bringing a ‘voice frequency absorber’ to CES 2024.