Google Tweaks Chrome in Response to Privacy Criticism

Under fire from security experts, Google is making tweaks to the way it manages how people sign in to its popular web browser, Chrome. Because of a recent update to the browser, if a user signs into a Google account — such as to use Gmail or Google Docs — Chrome also logs in the user automatically. Now, Google says that in the next version of the browser software, being released next month, users will be able to opt out of the automatic sign-in.

Source: Google Tweaks Chrome in Response to Privacy Criticism – The New York Times

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