Reminder: Chrome’s “Incognito” Mode Doesn’t Really Protect Your Privacy

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By Kirk Miller Tucked into Gizmodo’s latest piece on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton — who is extremely litigious, under indictment and an election denier, but who also apparently really distrusts Google — is a rather thorough breakdown of what “Incognito” mode is on your web browser. You might think using Chrome’s Incognito option allows you to browse the web with total anonymity and impunity. In reality, you’re basically just hiding your search history from someone else who’s using the same computer. “Your private browsing mode only blocks your own browser from recording your traffic and i…

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