Google Ready to Roll Out Android Privacy Sandbox in Beta


The initiative was initially announced in February, with the developer preview version of the feature being released in May.

The Privacy Sandbox on Android is meant to limit the sharing of user data and prevent cross-app identifiers such as advertising IDs, while supporting developers and businesses that are targeting mobile devices.

In May, the internet giant offered an early look at the SDK Runtime and Topics API associated with the Privacy Sandbox, allowing interested parties to test the technologies and plan adoption paths.