In the settings for “Cookies and website data” in Google Chrome, available via the menu item Settings or directly with chrome: // settings / cookies In the address bar, you can enable the “Remove cookies and site data when you quit Chrome” setting. However, I’ve discovered that Chrome exempts Google’s own sites, such as Search and YouTube, from this setting.[…]
Some people are going to read this article and say “Use Safari instead of Chrome!” But it’s important to note that Safari does not even have the feature to delete site data when you quit, so Safari is actually worse.
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