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Google Chrome 76 has been released and one of the features that comes with it is that websites will no longer be able to detect your Chrome browser when in incognito mode.Google Chrome 76 has been released and one of the features that comes with it is that websites will no longer be able to detect your Chrome browser when in incognito mode. This means that sites that have a paywall that use detection schemes to keep one from reading an infinite number of free articles will no longer be able to do so provided you are using the incognito mode. The purpose of limiting the number of free articles articles…

Google Chrome 76 incognito mode to enable users evade paywalls - HapaKenya

A new version of Google Pay is rolling out, but outside of minor tweaks here and there, you're probably not going to spot any big changes. The big news... by Cody Toombs in APK Teardown, Applications, Downloads, NewsA new version of Google Pay is rolling out, but outside of minor tweaks here and there, you're probably not going to spot any big changes. The big news... by Cody Toombs in APK Teardown, Applications, Downloads, News

Google Pay v2.94 is preparing Incognito mode [APK Teardown]

GOOGLE Chrome has received a new update that brings major changes to the popular browser - here is everything users need to know.GOOGLE Chrome has received a new update that brings major changes to the popular browser - here is everything users need to know.

Google Chrome update brings major changes to this popular browser | Express.co.uk

And it could mean changes for how you get your news.And it could mean changes for how you get your news.

Google just made it easier to get around a paywall with Chrome

“Google just made it easier to get around a paywall with Chrome // the idea of detecting incognito/private browsing was “demanding” by likes of IAB when introduced defeating the whole point of the feature b/c it tricked you into logging in. So this is good. https://t.co/q9eMZ0BYG9”

Steven Sinofsky on Twitter: "Google just made it easier to get around a paywall with Chrome // the idea of detecting incognito/private browsing was “demanding” by likes of IAB when introduced defeating the whole point of the feature b/c it tricked you into logging in. So this is good. https://t.co/q9eMZ0BYG9"

“Incognito Mode @Google "unlocks 33% of publisher paywalls on July 30" This is what might happen next. https://t.co/wEDjYminKw”

Raju Narisetti on Twitter: "Incognito Mode @Google "unlocks 33% of publisher paywalls on July 30" This is what might happen next. https://t.co/wEDjYminKw"

“Really interesting piece by our friends over at @wnip about what happens when Google closes the loophole that allows sites to detect people who are browsing in Incognito Mode. https://t.co/g55jEIdoGZ”

Andy Oakes on Twitter: "Really interesting piece by our friends over at @wnip about what happens when Google closes the loophole that allows sites to detect people who are browsing in Incognito Mode. https://t.co/g55jEIdoGZ"

“Google unlocks 33% of publisher paywalls on July 30 when it "remedies a loophole” that allows sites to detect people who are browsing in Incognito Mode. This is what happens next https://t.co/Mf00weUeBd”

Michelle Manafy on Twitter: "Google unlocks 33% of publisher paywalls on July 30 when it "remedies a loophole” that allows sites to detect people who are browsing in Incognito Mode. This is what happens next https://t.co/Mf00weUeBd… https://t.co/XyfsFYhCe1"