Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Google internet explorer

  • Internet search giant Google is evading privacy settings of Internet Explorer users, claims Microsoft, the computer firm behind the browser.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • Santa Barbara, CA, Feb. 21, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cocoon, a free Internet privacy and security software developed by Virtual World Computing, protects from tracking cookies by Google, Facebook, and other online companies.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Last Friday, a Wall Street Journal report revealed that Google and some advertising companies had been circumventing privacy settings in order to follow users browsing through the Safari browsing on the iPhone and on the Web.
  • (All Things Digital)
  • Microsoft accuses Google of bypassing its privacy settings in Internet Explorer, following news that Google had done the same with Apples Safari browser.
  • (Zd Net Asia.com)
  • Google topped headlines over the weekend for its role in the unauthorized tracking of users on Apples Safari browser and now, Internet Explorer. Microsoft jumped into the controversy on Monday by accusing Google of bypassing security measures on IE.
  • (PC Magazine)
  • Piling on similarly inflammatory accusations on Apple's behalf, Microsoft claims that Google has been ignoring a privacy safeguard in its Internet Explorer 9 browser, which is meant to help users prevent advertisers from placing tracking files on their computers.
  • (MediaPost)
  • Google has released a patch for its Chrome browser that Last week, Microsoft released a patch correcting four critical flaws in its Internet Explorer browser.
  • (computing.co.uk)
  • Microsoft has accused Google of circumventing consumer tracking protections in Internet Explorer.
  • (PC Pro)

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