Privacy and security are of utmost importance when surfing the web online. If you are an avid Digit.in reader, then you know how cookies, plug-ins and other methods can be used to track a user across websites. Going incognito in Chrome is one way to restrict the data websites can collect about a user, but it is not too effective since some sites can detect when a user is browsing in incognito mode and pester them to buy a subscription or to register. However, a report suggests that Google is testing implementation of a Filesystem API flag that thwarts such sites from detecting a user who is browsing in incognito mode.
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