|27 Apr 2011||#1|
Google adds Flash cookie protection to Chrome
Google has announced that this week's Chrome developer channel (also known as the Dev channel) build, version 12.0.742.9, of its WebKit-based web browser now allows users to more than just delete cookies; they can now delete Adobe Flash Player Local Shared Objects (LSO), also known as "Flash cookies". Typically, unlike browser cookies, these Flash cookies cannot simply be disabled or deleted via browser settings.
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