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Google Chrome now lets you delete the data any website has on you

The latest version of Chrome comes with privacy upgrade

Chrome 97

Google has released Chrome 97, the latest iteration of its internet browser, offering not just the usual tweaks and upgrades, but also way more control over the data websites store on individual visitors.

Unlike previous versions, where users could only delete individual website cookies, on Chrome 97, users are getting better privacy tools and can delete all of the data a website stores. 

To test the new feature, navigate to Settings > Security and Privacy > Site Settings > View Permissions and Data Stored Across Sites. 

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Written by Agada David Odo


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