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Comment: Re:Maybe... (Score 2) 174

by dulitz (#38931317) Attached to: German Government Endorses Chrome As Most Secure Browser

Ever since Google decided to track me through Google+ +1 buttons added to every page I browse, I've had to remove google.com from my whitelist.

How do you reconcile your statement with Google's stated policy on what the +1 button tracks: http://support.google.com/plus/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1319578 ?

I've seen the claim that the +1 button tracks you in a lot of places, and as one of the people responsible for making it not track you [I work for Google], I'd like to understand better why this claim persists. Thanks!

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