Fri Mar 31, 2017, 10:12 AM

Google Chrome Users.

For those of you using Google Chrome as your browser, you may have noticed the tiny profile of a man's head and body in white overlapping the top of the right lower section of the Chrome icon. This is to signify you are the single user of your computer or there are multiple users, should that be the case. To remove the little man go to settings, people, edit, in Chrome and pick out an icon or your picture --if Chrome has it--and hit save. The little man overlapping the chrome icon will go away. What was the purpose of Chrome doing this? I don't know, but I suspect it is some form of identification that will be used when you are on posting boards or whatever. I didn't use my picture; I used a symbol to prevent picture identification. I would bet this type of info is going straight to the government to be used for whatever purpose against you. Google is always eager to oblige in these matters.


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