If you are in the EU, you can now decide how much data you share with Google

If you’re in the EU, you can gain more control over your digital privacy, even if you use notoriously data-hungry platforms.

Google now offers users the opportunity to decide how much information they do or do not want to share with the provider, because they can choose to ‘unlink’ certain services from each other. The move comes as the tech giant prepares to comply with the new data sharing rules introduced by the Digital Market Act (DMA).