Incognito mode in Chrome is useless and other reasons to use Safari

Incognito mode in Chrome is useless and other reasons to use Safari

Although Google Chrome's incognito mode prevents other users of the same device from accessing your browsing history, it does not block tracking by Google or other websites. That is, while you browse in “incognito” mode, Google and other services may continue to collect information about how you browse online.

The implications of advertising and tracking in Google Chrome

The core of Google is its advertising business, and Chrome is no exception in its strategy. As a tool for collecting user data, Chrome makes it easy to deliver targeted advertising. A recent court case saw Google agree to pay $5 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit accusing it of misleading customers about privacy in incognito mode. This is a clear example of how the company's tracking practices have influenced its software development.

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Google Chrome adds a feature to ask whether to open tabs in incognito mode

Google Chrome adds a feature to ask whether to open tabs in incognito mode

Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox might be the most widely used web browsers right now. All of them with applications for almost any device and operating system. Safari, as you know, is the default browser for iOS and iPadOS because Apple is its creator. Nevertheless, Google Chrome has become a very good browser for … Read more