A new feature on the latest version of the Chrome browser led some security and privacy experts to think Google is now secretly logging users into Chrome to surreptitiously track their browsing habits.
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The trend… heats up.
"I could have made something you would have liked."
Is this necessary, now?
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Google was warned about targeting ads using sensitive information before.