Google to no longer allow Chrome extensions that use obfuscated code

  1. Google to no longer allow Chrome extensions that use obfuscated code  ZDNet
  2. Google wants to make Chrome extensions safer  TechCrunch
  3. Extensions in Chrome 70 can be restricted to user approved sites, require click to run  9to5Google
  4. Google updates Chrome Web Store review process and sets new extension code requirements  VentureBeat
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Chrome 70 Will Allow Users to Opt-Out of Controversial Automatic Sign-in Feature

  1. Chrome 70 Will Allow Users to Opt-Out of Controversial Automatic Sign-in Feature  Mac Rumors
  2. Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login feature following complaints  The Verge
  3. Backlash sees change in Chrome login and Google account behaviour  ZDNet
  4. Craig on Twitter: “Handy #tip on how to “Disable Google Chrome Sign In and Sync” https://t.co/sKAsSw6Daf”  Twitter
  5. A controversy over Chrome’s new login requirements forces Google to make changes  Business Insider
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North Korea to allow international inspections for nuclear dismantlement, if U.S. takes reciprocal measures

North Korea agreed to allow international inspectors to observe a “permanent dismantlement” of its key missile facilities, and will take additional steps such as closing its main Yongbyon nuclear complex if the United States takes reciprocal measures, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday.


Source: Reuters

Sony Won't Allow Fortnite Cross-Play Because "PlayStation Is The Best Place To Play"

  1. Sony Won’t Allow Fortnite Cross-Play Because “PlayStation Is The Best Place To Play”  Nintendo Life
  2. Sony boss dismisses Fortnite cross-play controversy: ‘PlayStation is the best place to play’  The Verge
  3. Sony Boss on ‘Fortnite’ Cross-Play: ‘PlayStation 4 Is the Best Experience’  Comicbook.com
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Microsoft To Allow Unlimited Devices, More Users For Office 365 Subscriptions

  1. Microsoft To Allow Unlimited Devices, More Users For Office 365 Subscriptions  Forbes
  2. Microsoft to end device limits for consumer Office 365 subscribers  Computerworld
  3. Go Nuts With the Office 365 Installs  PCMag
  4. Microsoft to increase device limits for Office 365 consumer subscription users  ZDNet
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