Technology Google announces a major change for EU users ahead of the Digital Markets Act

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What you need to know​

  • Google released a support document detailing the options available to users in the EU when the Digital Markets Act takes effect on March 6.
  • Users can choose to "unlink" their Google services, as the option will be required by the DMA.
  • When linked, these services can be used for personalized ads and other content, based on which settings are enabled.
Google released a new support document detailing the options available to EU customers related to Google services. To comply with the DMA, Google is offering users the option of "unlinking" certain Google services from each other. You can make your selections ahead of time, but Google says they will not actually be unlinked until March 6.
 

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