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Google Chrome (Beta) Gets Translations and Privacy Management Options

     
2:28 pm on Mar 2, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Google Chrome (Beta) Gets Translations and Privacy Management Options [chrome.blogspot.com]
The Google Chrome team is excited to introduce a new beta feature to help our users navigate the multilingual web: instant machine translation of webpages, without the need for any browser extensions or plug-ins.


With today's beta release, we're also excited to introduce new features that will give you even greater choice and control over your privacy as you browse the web.
In addition to Chrome's existing incognito mode a handy way to browse the web without leaving traces of website visits on your computer or downloads in your browser history you can now manage your privacy settings in the new "Privacy" section of Chrome's Options dialog. From these settings, you can control how browser cookies, images, JavaScript, plug-ins, and pop-ups are handled on a site-by-site basis. For example, you can set up cookie rules to allow cookies specifically only for sites that you trust, and block cookies from untrusted sites.
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still I would NEVER download the Browser or recommend it, who trust them regarding Privacy and data colecting.
4:36 pm on Mar 2, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I don't know, zeus...

I tend to look at these things as "who has the most to lose?" G paid a heavy price on the Buzz screw up. Everyone is watching G in this regard.

Beyond Google's Chrome, your browser options are Apple (Safari), MS (Explorer), Firefox and Opera. Who do you like?
5:12 pm on Mar 2, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Who do you like?


The Exact Fantastic 4, cause ZEUS said so and I don't trust GORG!
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still I would NEVER download the Browser or recommend it, who trust them regarding Privacy and data colecting.

same with me


Who do you like?

anyone but them, and currently run a mix of IE, FF, and opera..hopefully 10.5 will replace my use for IE.



and block cookies from untrusted sites.

try blocking cookies from google.....
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I use Firefox and in some case IE8 to see how a site looks, I block every cookie from Google with firefox and thanks Blend27
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is there any fix to find the dimensions of an image in the beta version