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Read More , and Google will now automatically generate a new digital twin for you every time you log in to your account.
Google says that this will help keep your data safe from hackers and other malicious hackers who could use it to steal information from your account, but is also meant to improve the user experience for other people who have opted into a digital identity.
Google says that the new feature is available to all users of the Google Account, but only those who have a signed in Google account.
It’s not clear whether this will be limited to people who use a virtual private network (VPN) or a public-facing internet service provider (PISP).
The feature is still available for those who opt out of the digital twin feature.
While Google will not be sharing any data about how many digital twins are in use, it’s possible that the number of digital twins could increase as the feature is expanded to include other countries and regions.
Google said that it has tested the new option on all users in India, so it’s unlikely that this feature will be used in every country in the world.