Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

Developer Advocate, Google Chrome

FLEDGE: experiment and participate

FLEDGE is a Privacy Sandbox proposal to serve remarketing and custom audience use cases, designed so it cannot be used by third parties to track user browsing behavior across sites. The API enables on-device auctions by the browser, to choose relevant ads from websites the user has previously visited.

Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

Topics API: experiment and participate

A proposal for a mechanism to enable interest-based advertising without having to resort to tracking the sites a user visits.

Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

FLEDGE API developer guide

FLEDGE is a Privacy Sandbox proposal to serve remarketing and custom audience use cases, designed so it cannot be used by third parties to track user browsing behavior across sites.

Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

FLEDGE API

FLEDGE is a Privacy Sandbox proposal to serve remarketing and custom audience use cases, designed so it cannot be used by third parties to track user browsing behavior across sites. The API enables on-device auctions by the browser, to choose relevant ads from websites the user has previously visited.

Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

The Topics API

A proposal for a mechanism to enable interest-based advertising without having to resort to tracking the sites a user visits.

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Sam Dutton

FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Privacy Sandbox proposals

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Sam Dutton

Attribution Reporting

The Attribution Reporting API makes it possible to measure when an ad click or view leads to a conversion such as a purchase on an advertiser site. It's designed so it cannot be used by third parties to track user browsing behavior across sites.

First-Party Sets

First-Party Sets enables related domain names owned and operated by the same entity to declare themselves as belonging to the same first party.

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Sam Dutton

FLoC

FLoC enables interest-based advertising in a way that preserves privacy. As a user moves around the web, their browser is assigned to an "interest cohort" along with thousands of others with a similar browsing history. This is done without sharing individual browsing history with the browser vendor or anyone else.

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Sam Dutton

Privacy Sandbox glossary

Short explanations of key concepts.

What is the Privacy Sandbox?

What's in it, how to get involved, and what it's for.

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Sam Dutton

Is it ready yet?

Implementation status for Privacy Sandbox APIs.

Trust Tokens

An API to convey a limited amount of information from one browsing context to another (for example, across sites) to help combat fraud, without passive tracking.

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Sam Dutton

Issues: Find and fix problems

Use the Issues Tab to find and fix problems with your website.

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Sam Dutton

Take photos and control camera settings

Image Capture is an API to control camera settings and take photos.

Capture a MediaStream from a canvas, video or audio element

The captureStream() method enables a MediaStream to be captured from a canvas, audio or video element, on Android and desktop.

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Sam Dutton

Muted Autoplay on Mobile - Say goodbye to canvas hacks and animated GIFs!

Muted autoplay for video is supported on Android from Chrome 53. Previously, a video element required a user gesture to initiate playback.

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Sam Dutton

Service worker caching, PlaybackRate and Blob URLs for audio and video on Chrome for Android

From version 52, Android Chrome uses the same media stack as desktop Chrome, rather than relying on the underlying platform implementation. This enables service worker media caching, variable playback rates, blob URLs on Android, MediaStream passing between APIs, and easier cross-platform debugging.

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Sam Dutton

ECDSA for WebRTC - Better security, better privacy and better performance

From version 52, Chrome uses ECDSA by default — a much more efficient and secure algorithm for WebRTC certificate key generation. In addition, RTCCertificates can now be stored with IndexedDB.

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Sam Dutton

Media Source API - Automatically ensure seamless playback of media segments in append order

The Media Source API enables JavaScript to construct media streams for playback. From Chrome 50, it's possible to use SourceBuffer sequence mode to ensure media segments are automatically relocated in the timeline in the order they were appended, without gaps between them.

Sam Dutton

Sam Dutton

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