If you are wary of Chromium tracking your usage data and browsing history, there are several things you can do to control what information does and doesn't get recorded.
To change Chromium's privacy settings, do the following:
For more information on the individual parameters in the Privacy section, visit Google Chrome Help's Privacy and security settings page: http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/topic.py?hl=en&topic=14666.
Chromium's Incognito mode doesn't record your browsing and download history, and cookies are deleted once you close all open Incognito windows. However, bookmarks and general settings are still saved.
For more information on Incognito mode, consult the chapter "Using the Incognito Window" in the Other Features and Functions section of this manual.
When you install Chromium, a unique user ID is assigned to your computer to create individual user profiles of a user's actions (such as browsing and download history, and cookies) while using Chromium.
If this is a privacy concern for you, consider downloading one of the following tools to delete this unique ID from your computer:
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