• How to escape Google's forced logins on Chrome 69

    28 days ago - By The Next Web

    According to security researcher S. Bálint, any time someone using Chrome 69 logs into a Google service or site, they are also logged into Chrome-as-a-browser with that user account. Essentially, Google is forcefully logging users into Chrome. Chrome browser's privacy policy notes that if you are is not signed in, all the information is locally stored on your system. However, all the data - including your browser history and password autofill information -is sent to Google servers once you're signed in. That leads users to believe that Chrome 69's forced login policy is sharing user data...
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  • Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say - CNET

    Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say - CNET

    28 days ago - By CNET

    People note that Chrome 69 logs them into the browser when they access a Google-owned site.
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  • Chrome 69 secretly logs you in to Chrome Sync when you visit a Google site

    Chrome 69 secretly logs you in to Chrome Sync when you visit a Google site

    28 days ago - By The Inquirer

    Google fiddles while Chrome burns
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  • Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent, and a security expert says it's terrible for privacy

    Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent, and a security expert says it's terrible for privacy

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    A security expert has discovered that Google had quietly made important changes to Chrome's login requirements.
    Matthew Green spotted that Google was logging them into Chrome without their knowledge.
    Google's changes also made it easier for users to unwittingly turn over their browsing history to Google.
    The company acknowledged the changes late on Sunday, but stressed that users needed to consent to a sync before their browser data was transferred.
    For years, Google has given Chrome users the option of surfing the web without logging in.
    But on Sunday, a security expert wrote that Google...
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