FingerprintJS, raises $8M for fingerprinting-as-a-service

FingerprintJS gives developers an API that uses system details to create a fingerprint that identifies devices over time without relying on cookies or user consent.  They only authorize use for fraud prevention, since that’s what GDPR and CCPA allow.  The technology enables a high level of ID accuracy and enables authentication of large data sets. The company will use the funds to expand in the enterprise market.

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Welcome, Google’s new privacy tab!

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Google Chrome Web Store adds tab to stop aggressive data harvesting Do you download Chrome extensions to make browsing and buying easier? Developers and advertisers are happy when you do, since permission you grant gives access to so much data. Now, Google is pulling back the curtain on extensions, so when you consider them to add, you’ll see exactly what personal data you’ll give up in return.

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