Google to Drop Unique IDs from their Chrome Browser

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Dadud

I actually agree with bjoswald.

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IFLATLINEI

If you have nothing to hide, then who cares?

People are way too paranoid and uptight these days.

 Pick up a newspaper kid. Watch the news. Something, anything. Because a well informed individual would not have said what you said. 

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Nastyman

bjoswald,

 It is people like you that help enslave populations with comments like you just made which are very naive. You must be very young or very stupid.

 Nasty

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133794m3r

There's a reason i didn't install chrome during it's beta release, their privacy policy was way too vague and scared the hell out of me. Their browser still does, atleast they're slowly making very small changes to it. I won't be switching from firefox anytime soon as it gives me all the privacy that i demand, and thus i find no reason to change. Google Anything(TM) type product has a certain lack of privacy built in. They're an ad company, they make money off of knowing their customers and being able to provide them with targeted ads.

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bjoswald

If you have nothing to hide, then who cares?

People are way too paranoid and uptight these days.

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Skorched

I just don't trust that Google will just delete it and all is good. Sorta like all is well trust Google we are here for you.

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nsk chaos

'bout time

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