Brave browser, a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave software, has reportedly pressed charges against the popular search engine Google on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcer in the European continent.
Brave browser Ryan, the firm’s chief policy and industrial relations officer, Dr. Johnny Ryan, in an interview said that Google has been abusing its power and sharing users’ data it gets from several sources. This, according to him, is against rulings of GDPR and justify pressing charges against them to make them stop the act.
Brave browser Ryan said that amidst the entire GDPR requirement, article 5(1) b highlights that data is to be gathered for specific reasons and should not be worked on further such that it is against the reasons these data were gathered..
Brave browser Ryan said further that enforcing the browser’s GDPR limitation against Google is equal to separation and allowing users to choose what part of their information to let Google share. Read More...