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Google's newly released Chrome browser is facing a backlash over its data collection and privacy practices. The company has already revised its end user license agreement following widespread concerns. Now, new worries are being raised about the browser's all-purpose Omnibox and how closely Google may be monitoring what is typed into it. Chrome drew plenty of hype with its beta release Tuesday. The browser boasts impressive speed and performance capabilities in addition to a number of innovative user options -- but now, Google is having to answer some tough questions.
It is a shame that Google allows the Chinese government to filter internet access when Chinese users use the Google search tool. Based on Google recording all browser data, it seems that the Chrome browser had the Red Chinese in mind when it was written. I don't trust Google.