SRWare Iron: Chromium without the data-mining
ryan at infinityos.net
Tue May 18 17:36:19 UTC 2010
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 1:30 PM, John Moser <john.r.moser at gmail.com> wrote:
> Shut up. You're whining like a raving politicized lune and nobody is
> listening to your monologue.
> Apply some critical thinking skills. It's a bug in a special mode of a
> browser, a mode that doesn't store history/cookies. It's not (known to be)
> sharing anything with the 'net, so it's innocuous as known. Nobody can
> agree on if it even works; or if it does, if it works between sessions.
> I suppose when a cloud goes in front of the sun you panic and look up to
> check if the sun is dying.
Towards the end, everyone was picking up the bug.
Yes, it's a little detail. But it's one that can be be easily picked
up by any trojan or tracking software. It completely defeats the
purpose of the Incognito mode, which is to prevent any of this
information to be stored.
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