Cloudflare reveals plan to end CAPTCHA 'madness'

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Cloudflare says the CAPTCHA system wastes nearly 500 human years every single day

Web security and network services provider Cloudflare has announced a new experiment to replace CAPTCHA challenges, so users aren't forced to identify traffic lights or bicycles while browsing the ...

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