Google's move to strip out the "www" and "m." in domains typed into the address bar, beginning with version 69 of its Chrome browser, has drawn an enormous amount of criticism from developers who see the move as a bid to cement the company's dominance of the Web.
From time to time, Google makes an attempt to try and convince the world at large that it takes security seriously. Its latest stunt is to announce that from July 2018 onwards it will be marking all pages that are not using secure protocols as insecure when viewed in its Chrome browser.
A Microsoft employee giving a presentation on installing Azure during the company's annual conference last month was forced to use rival Google's Chrome instead of Edge as the latter crashed on him.
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