Google's admission that it will revert automatic logins and retention of cookies in its Chrome browser is par for the course, and a replay of an old game that we have seen umpteen times from the company.
Google's reluctance to offer any public comment on its plans to launch a censored search engine in China has been reinforced by a report that the company has made employees erase from their systems a confidential memo containing details about the China plan.
A prototype of a censored search engine developed for China by Google links searches to the phone numbers of the individuals making those queries, a report claims.
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