How to escape Google’s forced logins on Chrome 69

According to security researcher S. Bálint, any time someone using Chrome 69 logs into a Google service or site, they are also logged into Chrome-as-a-browser with that user account. Essentially, Google is forcefully logging users into Chrome. Chrome browser’s privacy policy notes that if you are is not signed in, all the information is locally stored on your system. However, all the data – including your browser history and password autofill information –is sent to Google servers once you’re signed in. That leads users to believe that Chrome 69’s forced login policy is sharing user data with Google. The…

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49ers report card: Garoppolo, Sherman injuries cause gloom, doom

George Kittle #85 of the San ...

KANSAS CITY — Here is how the 49ers (1-2) graded in Sunday’s 38-27, injury-laden loss to the Chiefs (3-0).


George Kittle #85 of the San Francisco 49ers checks on injured teammate Jimmy Garoppolo #10 after a play in the fourth quarter of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Sept. 23rd, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Jimmy Garoppolo sustained a torn ACL on a third-and-goal scramble, but that came about only because he had to escape a collapsing pocket and avoid getting sacked on a third straight play. Justin Houston zoomed past right tackle Mike McGlinchey to flush Garoppolo from the pocket and Chris Jones, after an initial block by Mike Person, chased the QB toward the sideline. Joe Staley gave up a third-down sack in a first quarter that also saw George Kittle and Pierre Garcon unable to catch catch-able passes. Marquise Goodwin and Kyle Juszczyk caught wide-open touchdowns, and Kittle got robbed of one by a ticky-tack penalty against Juszczyk.


San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey (69) celebrates as running back Alfred Morris (46) scores a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Let’s be real, the 49ers rushing attack is going to face eight- and nine-men boxes now that Garoppolo is gone. So rushing for 178 yards against the Chiefs — after 190 vs. the Lions — might be the last land grab until C.J. Beathard establishes a passing threat with a suspect corps. Matt Breida (10 carries, 90 yards) played through a hyperextended knee and is averaging an amazing 8.6 yards per carry this season. Alfred Morris scored his first touchdown as a 49er and ran for 67 yards on …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Sports


10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, CMCSA, AMZN, FOXA, DVMT)

OPEC Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih

Here is what you need to know.

China says it won’t negotiate on trade with the US as the latest tariffs bite. Beijing published a white paper on Monday that attacked the “protectionist practices” and “trade bullyism practices of the U.S. administration,” according to state-run Chinese news service Xinhua.

Some US trading partners could pick up the slack if Trump’s trade war with China escalates. Mexico, Vietnam, South Korea, Canada, and Taiwan stand to benefit the most as an alternative US trading partner if its trade war with China escalates further, Macquarie says.

There’s been a big new buyer of US government bonds in 2018. US households have purchased 46% of the government’s total Treasury supply in 2018, according to Morgan Stanley.

Crude oil spikes to an almost 2.5-month high after OPEC holds production. West Texas Intermediate crude oil climbed above $72 a barrel level Monday, hitting its highest level since July 11, after OPEC said on Sunday that it’s in no hurry to boost production.

A “perfect storm” is brewing in stocks. “Much of this year’s action suggests a rate-driven correction is nearing,” Vincent Deluard, a macro strategist at INTL FCStone, said in a recent client note. “The next few weeks could be a perfect storm for the U.S. equity market.”

Comcast outbid Rupert Murdoch for Sky. Comcast’s $40 billion bid for Sky, Europe’ biggest pay-TV company, edged out the Disney-backed bid by Rupert Murdoch’s Fox, Reuters reports.

Dell Technologies is revisiting plans for an IPO. Dell is revisiting plans for an initial public offering after several hedge funds have resisted its $21.7 billion cash-and-stock offer to buy back “tracking stock” that is tied to its stake in the software company VMware, Reuters reports, citing people familiar with the matter.

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