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Chrome's Incognito Mode Will Stop Letting Websites Track User Visits at the End of July

6 monthes ago   |   By Computer Business Review

Google is gearing up to roll out new privacy Incognito features that will eliminate the ability of websites to detect visitors that have come to their sites via Chrome's Incognito Mode.
The new feature, or lack of feature as it may be seen by websites, will be included in the Chrome 76 update that will be pushed out at the end of this month.
As opposed to paywalls or registration walls that many online publishers uses, some sites use cookies and API detection to log how many times users' have visited the site and read or viewed content. Sites using this data then imposes content...
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