Firefox is my default browser on my Mac. Chrome and Safari are also used. I toggle back and forth between FF and Chrome for certain functions. Safari is used only for one site. FF and Chrome are both set to not accept third party cookies. I don't use private browsing. I use a security program that keeps track of and eliminates all tracking/advertising or spy cookies—the ones that are used to profile and track you on the Internet by advertisers among others. It seems through my cookie tracking function that Chrome compared to FF is a cooking magnet for “bad” cookies. Anyone know if that is an accurate assessment? If it is than are there other weaknesses specific to the security or privacy level of Chrome?