1. Subscribermoonbus
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    24 Jan '19 16:33
    google (Chrome's parent company) is considering changes to way Chrome works which could affect tracking and ad-blocking. Be advised.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-46988319
  2. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    13 Feb '19 17:16
    @moonbus said
    google (Chrome's parent company) is considering changes to way Chrome works which could affect tracking and ad-blocking. Be advised.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-46988319
    Thanks for the heads up.
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    14 Feb '19 14:141 edit
    @moonbus
    I use C but also have Firefox so I have backup.
    I notice on some sites like physorg, where I get science articles, with Chrome I can't scroll down very far into the piece but have no trouble like that on FF.
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    @moonbus

    thanks for reminding me. I don't know about that. I often use this browser to search everything related to games, music and entertainment. For example, Mantigames, Westlife and Playing online chess.
  5. Subscriberbadradger
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    20 Feb '19 11:04
    @moonbus I use Firefox dont like Chrome or Edge, but some apps dont run on firefox.
  6. Subscribermoonbus
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    22 Feb '19 04:38
    @badradger said
    @moonbus I use Firefox dont like Chrome or Edge, but some apps dont run on firefox.
    There does not appear to be a perfect solution which works for everyone. Personally, I prefer Safari, which has excellent anti-tracking mechanisms. But I appreciate that Mac is not everyone’s cup of tea.

    There are other browsers, you know: Opera, QupZilla, ...
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