Google Chrome’s next release will address privacy concerns with cookies and sign-ins



Chrome 70 featured - Google Chrome’s next release will address privacy concerns with cookies and sign-ins
Google today said that it will make changes in the Chrome browser to address privacy concerns regarding cookies and user sign-ins. These improvements will roll out in Chrome’s next update – version 70. Earlier this week, a bunch of users found out that Google was automatically signing them into Chrome when they signed into any Google services. An engineer and manager on the Chrome team clarified later that this doesn’t mean the browser is uploading user data to Google servers. In Chrome 70, you will be able to toggle an option called Allow Chrome sign-in, which will give you control over whether signing into…

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