Google has again been fined for monitoring users in private mode through the Chrome browser. It is believed that searching in the private mode of a web browser does not create a search history and does not track you, but this is not the case with Google Chrome. According to the report, you are also tracked in incognito mode via Google Chrome. However, Google denies the allegation.
What was the whole matter
The lawsuit was filed by Google by law firm Boies Schiller Flexner in San Jose, California. The complaint claimed that there are millions of users of Google, who used the Internet in private mode through Google Chrome till June 1, 2016. Google does not have the right to save the data of all American users.
Let us tell you that generally the search history of the users is not saved in the private mode ie incognito mode of Google Chrome browser, but if Google wants, it can be tracked with the help of Google Analytics. Earlier too, Google has been accused of collecting users’ data many times. Last year too, Google was fined heavily due to allegations of misusing its authority to promote its product.