Google’s new tagging system could be a major boon for people who are worried about their online privacy, including users who are tired of their search engines constantly following them around.
But it’s also been a controversial tool for some who want to stay in control of their online lives.
Google has not publicly released any new privacy settings in recent months, but a recent report from the Internet Society found that Google’s tracking practices were “unacceptable” for many users.
Google said the company had “no plans to change” the way it tracks people’s online activity.
“We do not track users in this way,” the company said in a statement.
“We will continue to protect the privacy of our users and continue to work to ensure that Google and its partners do not create new and unnecessary barriers for people to search for and use the content they love.”
It was not immediately clear if Google’s updated tracking policy was the result of an internal change, or if it was something it has made public to all its users.
Google, whose products include Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and YouTube Red, says it uses tracking technologies to help make its services work better for its users and that it only collects information about its users’ activities in “a limited way.”
“We use a variety of different techniques to help us identify your activity on our services and tailor content to meet the needs of you and your friends,” a Google spokesperson told the New York Times.
The Washington Post story, based on anonymous sources, said that the company is tracking what people do on their web pages, what sites they visit, and what apps they use.
The Post’s investigation also said that Google tracked the people who visited its websites.
The Post also said it had collected detailed information about what the search engines are looking for.
Google told the newspaper that it uses various data sources, including location data, to help it make its products work better.
“Google does not use tracking technology to track users on Google services or to target advertising to you,” Google said.