Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG) Issues Warning to Its Consumers on the Recent Chrome Hack

An estimated 3.2 billion Chrome and related browser app consumers received new warnings from Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG). In addition, the big tech organization warned the consumers to anticipate a high rate of ‘zero-day’ threats. The company’s spokesperson defined the attacks as hacks that develop into dangerous scams that affect the consumer during the announcement.

The company reiterated that the hacks were dangerous as they occurred before it could address or manage them. Moreover, the incidents are growing faster. However, Google issued the consumers with methods that a consumer can control the situation and maintain their privacy.

Florida restaurant is suing Google for using its name without consent

A restaurant from Florida filed a lawsuit against the Tech company, alleging that it was using the restaurant’s name without its consent. In addition, the lawsuit alleged that Google directed consumers to its food ordering webpage to advertise other restaurants and meals. The restaurant further alleged that restaurants members of the page had to pay an expensive commission.

The lawsuit also alleges that Google uses various techniques to trick its consumers, like placing an online order option on the restaurant’s page. The option redirects the consumer to the food.google.com site that allows them to request service via third-party applications, including UberEats.

Following the legal claims, the Application’s founders halted the production of the Application until it figured out a way to mitigate the legal factors.

Big tech companies are creating a platform to share news between sites 

Some of the big tech companies recently banded together to form a data transfer platform enabling the users in different platforms to share news and events. The sharing option would be directly instead of downloading and transferring data the traditional way. Tech companies in the project include Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: FB), Google, and others, authorizing transfers such as Google Photos via the transfer mechanisms on each platform.

Google recently announced that it was donating $3million to assist the engineers in coming up with good tools to enable the project. In addition, the company is also updating a feature that allows users to blur their photos; thus, users can also blur their backgrounds while taking photos.

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