Google chrome porn mode

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This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can opt out at any time or find out more by reading our cookie policy. Yet it turns out that this is hopelessly misguided. Despite the long-known fact that Incognito isn't truly anonymous, new research has re-emphasised that Google and other web browsers are still tracking you in privacy mode, even on the most sensitive of sites. They found 93 per cent of them housed trackers sending information to an average of seven third party domains. While this may be startling many people, incognito has always made for an inadequate privacy tool.

Google to plug Chrome loophole that exposes Incognito status to sites

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Google pokes at you if you watch too much porn using Chrome Incognito Mode

So concludes a not-so-surprising study , which determined that online pornography sites are loaded with various trackers that leak private details about their users to third parties. And no, the study authors take pains to insist, Google's Incognito mode won't keep your secrets. This latter point highlights broad confusion among the general public about what the Google Chrome feature actually does. Many people believe it renders their online browsing private, when in reality it just prevents Chrome from "[saving] your browsing history, cookies and site data, or information entered in forms. Which brings us back to porn.
Web browser to update feature that compromises user privacy, after study shows porn websites sell visitor data to third parties. Google has promised to shut down a loophole in Chrome that allows websites to see when visitors are browsing in Incognito Mode. The change will be introduced in the next update for the popular web browser, which is set to arrive on 30 July. Google said the update would affect some web publishers who have been using the loophole to detect and prevent metered paywall circumvention.