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Google only specifies what happens when the connection is not used because the HTTP specs already have information how connections should stay open when they are used. If a connection is used, it is up to the server to keep the connection open so that it can be used again. This is known as "HTTP Keep Alive". For example my Apache server comes with this ...


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No. Google would not take the right to do that (I don't think any browser has done such). Also many "hidden" pages would anyway not be accessible; i.e. I may have many pages on my computers that are 100% private; also many websites have pages that are not accessible unless you first create an account and log in. However, would Google be able to eventually ...


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