Chrome may stop websites from hijacking your browser's back button – Engadget

  1. Chrome may stop websites from hijacking your browser’s back button  Engadget
  2. Former Microsoft intern claims Google may have sabotaged Edge browser  Digital Trends
  3. Google working on blocking Back button hijacking in Chrome  ZDNet
  4. Ex-Microsoft Intern: Google Deliberately Crippled Edge Browser  ExtremeTech
  5. Is Google purposefully breaking Microsoft, Apple browsers on its websites? Some insiders are confident it is  The Register
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Google Chrome Will Soon Nuke Ads On Extra-Shitty Websites

  1. Google Chrome Will Soon Nuke Ads On Extra-Shitty Websites  Gizmodo
  2. Google Chrome to Crack Down on Invasive, Misleading Ads  PCMag
  3. With next month’s Chrome 71, Google is going to war against sites with abusive ads  BGR
  4. Abusive experiences – Web Tools Help – Google Support  Google Support
  5. Won’t get fooled again: Chrome 71 to block all ads on abusive sites  Digital Trends
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American Airlines, Delta revise websites to change Taiwan reference

  1. American Airlines, Delta revise websites to change Taiwan reference  Nasdaq
  2. US airlines have caved to China’s ‘Orwellian’ demands on Taiwan  Yahoo Finance
  3. American Airlines Bows to Beijing on Taiwan  Wall Street Journal
  4. US Airlines to Comply With Beijing’s Demand That Taiwan be Labeled as Part of China  TIME
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New Safari privacy features on MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 crack down on nosy websites

  1. New Safari privacy features on MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 crack down on nosy websites  CNET
  2. How to Learn Which Apps Will Stop Working on Your Mac When 32-Bit Support Ends  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple Unveils macOS Mojave: Dark Mode, All-New App Store, Stacks, And More  Tech Times
  4. Leaked macOS 10.14 screenshots show off new dark mode, Apple News app for Mac, and Xcode 10 [update: video]  9to5Mac
  5. macOS Mojave adds dark mode and improved organization options  Engadget
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Major US news websites are going down in Europe as GDPR goes into effect

  1. Major US news websites are going down in Europe as GDPR goes into effect  The Verge
  2. Why you’re suddenly getting lots of emails from sites you haven’t visited in years  CNBC
  3. GDPR: Empty inboxes, ignored emails and comics  BBC News
  4. Direct Marketing Under the GDPR: Consent vs Legitimate Interests  CPO Magazine
  5. Don’t ignore this alert from Facebook. It’s your chance to quickly curb what it knows  USA TODAY
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