Your browsing history is not anonymous as it identifies you 72% of the time


A group of researchers from Stanford and Princeton universities has developed a system that can deduce your identity from a historically anonymous web browsing history. Although it is well known that the vast majority of websites collect information (again, theoretically anonymous) about our visits to their sites and web services, …

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Google will remove the ‘Chrome apps’ on Windows, Mac and Linux; will be exclusive to Chrome OS

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About three years ago, Google implemented in its Chrome browser the ability to have separate applications that run as if they were native only needed to have the browser open. The purpose of this movement was to make its browser to be a tool to give access to other services, …

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