Efforts to simplify privacy policies and controls have gained steam across a range of companies, includingÂ Google Inc., which began offering a new privacy dashboard last fall that helps users learn what the company knows about them.
For example, the segment titled “How advertising works.” Not only does it explain that personalized ads can be delivered to you based on your location, age and interests, but it actually shows the tool used by advertisers to set their targeting preference and it even helps you out.
But there is still one problem, that is, there’s still no way to block others from naming you in pictures and posts on their profiles.
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