Friday, August 19, 2011

How to Turn Off Google Chrome Tracking

Google's browser, Chrome, collects and stores information about you and your location. Chrome's geolocation feature allows websites to collect information about where you are; the geolocation feature is turned on in Chrome by default when you install the browser. Having Chrome collect and share information about you may make you feel like an invasion of your privacy. If you don't want the feature, you can opt out manually.


Click the "Wrench" icon in Chrome and then click "Options."

Click "Under the Hood."

Click the "Content Settings" button.

Click the "Do not allow any site to track my physical location" radio button.

Click "Close"" and then click "Close" again to complete turning off the geolocation service in Chrome.

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