Google Launches Privacy Sandbox Beta on Android 13 Devices

The beta for Google’s Privacy Sandbox features has begun to go out to a select group of Android 13 devices.

The Privacy Sandbox is a program that was first introduced in 2020 with the intention of limiting user data sharing in digital advertising and the effects of cross-app identifiers.

Google stated in a blog post on Tuesday that it had “closely collaborated with the industry over the past year to gather feedback and start testing these new capabilities.”

“We’re starting the next stage of our project today by making the Android Privacy Sandbox’s first Beta available to devices that qualify read the complete article Google Launches Privacy Sandbox Beta on Android 13 Devices.

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