Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode is now facing a $5 billion class-action lawsuit which alleges Google Chrome tracking users during private browsing sessions.
The lawsuit alleges Google is in violation of wiretapping and privacy laws for intercepting, tracking, and collecting communications when Chrome’s Incognito mode is in use.
How clear does Google make it that users’ data can still be collected in Incognito mode? Let’s take a look.
When a user uses Google Chrome Incognito, Incognito states that “now you can browser privately, and other people who use this device won’t see your activity.”