Targeted Dream Incubation, TikTok Data Sharing, Chrome and Firefox Updates

Is dream hacking the next big privacy concern or just a new marketing gimmick? Some people may be surprised that TikTok shares data with China, and details on Google Chrome adding HTTPS-first mode and Firefox and easing its blocking of Facebook login buttons.

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Nightmare scenario: alarm as advertisers seek to plug into our dreams

A third of Britons fear TikTok would share data with Chinese state

Google Chrome will add HTTPS-First Mode to keep your data safe

Firefox 90 lands with just-in-time support for unblocking Facebook when users log in

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