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You won't see Google implementing this into Chrome any time soon....
Not to mention, this is something Google probably doesn't like too much.

Firefox
Doesn't chrome have Incongito window or w/e? The p0rn window I call it. I know it don't track some stuff.
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http://www.physorg.com/news/2010-12-...e-stealth.html



I'm surprised IE got to this before Mozilla, they're usually on the pulse of the community.

Still, very valiant effort on their part
They may both have been working on it but IE just announced it earlier.
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Doesn't chrome have Incongito window or w/e? The p0rn window I call it. I know it don't track some stuff.
Firefox has Private Browsing.
Still doesn't matter, Google is still able to look through your cookies and send information.
post #14 of 26
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Doesn't chrome have Incongito window or w/e? The p0rn window I call it. I know it don't track some stuff.
Exactly what I was going to post....what is the difference between this and Incognito mode? Regardless of what they are saying "Do Not Track" is...it will never block ALL your information and therefore those of you trying to hide from the FBI...this will not help you.
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Firefox has Private Browsing.
Still doesn't matter, Google is still able to look through your cookies and send information.
You sound like you got stuff to hide, your so scared of google knowing your cookies. So ima leave now.
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Exactly what I was going to post....what is the difference between this and Incognito mode? Regardless of what they are saying "Do Not Track" is...it will never block ALL your information and therefore those of you trying to hide from the FBI...this will not help you.
Sigh... Do Not Track is like a firewall. Kind of like a built in Ad Block Plus if you will.

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You sound like you got stuff to hide, your so scared of google knowing your cookies. So ima leave now.
Nope. Just don't trust Google. When you really look at it. How much of your personal information do you feed the company? Too much.
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this is actually very good. This sounds great!
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i <3 FF =)
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Sigh... Do Not Track is like a firewall. Kind of like a built in Ad Block Plus if you will.



Nope. Just don't trust Google. When you really look at it. How much of your personal information do you feed the company? Too much.
Well, can you educate me on the differences? To me Incognito basically doesn't store your session locally on your computer. However it doesn't protect you from
  1. Websites that collect or share information about you
  2. Internet service providers or employers that track the pages you visit
  3. Malicious software that tracks your keystrokes in exchange for free smileys
  4. Surveillance by secret agents
  5. People standing behind you

Which ones of these does this new Firefox feature protect you from?
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Well, can you educate me on the differences? To me Incognito basically doesn't store your session locally on your computer. However it doesn't protect you from
  1. Websites that collect or share information about you
  2. Internet service providers or employers that track the pages you visit
  3. Malicious software that tracks your keystrokes in exchange for free smileys
  4. Surveillance by secret agents
  5. People standing behind you

Which ones of these does this new Firefox feature protect you from?
Oh. So it doesn't store it locally. But stores it where? Googles Servers? Greatttttttt. That's even better. One of the biggest names in online Ads is holding your session.

Run in Incognito and start searching around on Google etc and see if you don't get related Ads.
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