(James Pace-Cornsilk, Geoffrey A. Fowler/The Washington Post)
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This is how Google's Chrome lets the cookies track you, imagined in real life
Chrome has become like spyware for the company, allowing more tracker cookies than any other browser. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler imagines how that might feel in real life, and gives advice for more privacy-conscious web browsing.
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