Google claims that a bug in its Chrome browser is the reason why deleting cookies from the application does not get rid of cookies from its own sites such as Search and YouTube after the browser is closed and restarted.
An independent app developer has found that deleting cookies from the Chrome browser does not get rid of cookies from Google's own sites such as Search and YouTube.
Social network giant, Facebook, has acknowledged gathering information from logged out users, but claims the practice prevents improper logins and that information is quickly deleted.
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