Google plans to eliminate cookies and they will no longer be supported by the end of 2023. By then the controversial FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts) will arrive, which is expected to eliminate these privacy problems. After unveiling its new security check, now Google has incorporated a new privacy feature within Chrome 94 Canary’s settings that will take care of allowing users to check for privacy issues in Chrome.
New privacy review feature for Chrome
Meanwhile, the Mountain View company has added a new privacy and security review feature for the development version of Chrome. This privacy review feature has been around for a long time, but it just started working. It reveals all the good it can do for user safety, showing how it will work when run without showing results. According to Google, this function will allow us to “review our current settings to achieve more critical security and privacy controls.”
Activate the new security feature in Chrome Canary
To get started and discover this new security feature, you need the version of Chrome Canray, the 94.0.4578.0 or later that we can download from this link. Once we have it installed we must execute it and visit the page «Chrome: // flags». Later we must write in the search engine «Privacy Review».
Once the «Privacy Review» function available appears on the screen, we must activate it. To do this, click on the drop-down button on the right and choose the “Enabled” option. Finally, we restart the browser for the changes to take effect.
Once the browser has been restarted, we click on the menu and select “Settings” and then “Privacy and security”. Here we will find in the first place on the right side the “Privacy and security review”.
We click on it and a sign appears in English indicating that our current configuration is going to be reviewed to know the most critical security and privacy controls. We click on «Let’s go» and «Next». Finally, click on Return to configuration once the review has been completed.
From now on, the new privacy review function will not verify the settings, but it will suggest that we can verify the cookie settings when we are using it.