Google may have released Chrome 75 just last week, but it’s
already lining up a few nifty features for its upcoming release.
Most importantly, the beta version of Chrome 76, which was
officially released a day ago, makes a subtle tweak that may not be
welcomed by publishers like The New York Times, The Boston Globe,
and others that rely on subscriptions and paywalls. Currently, they
prevent you from viewing articles in Incognito Mode (or Private
Browsing in Safari and Firefox) to get around free article limits.
This is because it temporarily blocks a site’s ability to read
or write cookies…
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Google Chrome 76 will make it easier to bypass paywalls