Google is rolling out new tools and a redesign of Chrome’s privacy and security desktop settings, the company announced in a blog post. Google said cookies will be easier to manage, sensitive web permissions will be better located, and users will be able to sync controls and more easily access a “clear browsing data” option. New safety check settings will notify users if passwords have been compromised. Meanwhile, Microsoft announced the launch of WhiteNoise, an artificial intelligence toolkit for differential privacy.
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