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As browser rivals block third-party tracking, Google pitches 'Privacy Sandbox' peace plan

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Re: Privacy Sandbox

> ANYTHING coming from Google should be treated with suspicion.

<soothing voice>

There, there. There's no need to worry. The answer's in the name - "sandbox". A sandbox is somewhere children can go and play safely. They can pretend they are building castles or tall buildings; using large, earth-moving equipment; or burying their younger siblings, knowing that a trusted, responsible adult is watching over their every move, ensuring safety at all times. That is what the Google Privacy Sandbox will provide: responsible adults in the form of AI algorithms and trusted partners (and certainly not whoever is the highest bidder this week) will watch over your every move and ensure that everything you do online will be safe.

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