Google Chrome can monitor even anonymous sessions

To a rather unexpected result came a group of scientists from the University of Vanderbilt. According to the results of their work, the browser continues to store all the information even when using the "incognito" mode, if the private browsing page was not closed, and you began to view other pages in the usual mode. Simply put, all information, including addresses and search queries, will be removed from the computer only when using the "incognito" mode.
"Private browsing information gets to Google with anonymous identifiers, but the company has the ability to match information with a user account," the scientists note.