Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Google Chrome Paranoia

Richard Macmanus of ReadWriteWeb shares my concerns of Google Chrome and possible alterior motives, with a post on theories of it being an access collector to get into password protected members-only areas of the web.

A post by Matt Cutts to alleviate concerns by describing when Google Chrome talks to Google doesn't put my mind at ease so much as it comes from inside the Google camp.

And even though Google has denied using your data entered, you can take a step of precaution with UnChrome, which allows you to surf anonomously. But I would be much more paranoid if I installed it from somewhere like a download site.

But stories like this keep my paranois healthy.

I think it's time to get my tin foil hat chromed.

1 Comments:

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