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The company’s search engine is the dominant search engine in the world, and it was once a favorite for the world’s most popular search terms.

Now, Google is being dragged into the spotlight for security problems with its Chrome browser.

The latest security fixes have been released by Google and Microsoft.

The updates are intended to address the issue of “the ‘hale’ effect.”

Google users are complaining of a “hale” effect in Chrome that causes websites to load slower.

Microsoft, in turn, is asking Google to release the fixes.

The issue is due to a bug in Chrome’s “WebView” browser that makes it possible for a website to load more slowly when it’s not actively rendering the page.

If a webpage’s loading time slows to a crawl, users may see the page load slower, even when they’re not actively using the browser.

The issue affects websites like Twitter and other popular websites.

The bug affects Chrome users on the latest version of the browser, Chrome 48, released on June 1.

The fixes include:• Preventing sites from “hanging around” for too long on a page when the browser is not actively displaying the page• Detecting and blocking the “hippie” theme on websites• Prevented “haystack” in the browser that was causing slow page loads• The ability to “pause” a page and return to a pre-resolved one• The “Halo” effect that affects websites that use a large amount of data.

This isn’t the first time Google has had to address this issue.

In 2014, Google announced it would be updating Chrome to fix the issue.

Google has since released the updates.