Google Can Record All History While Login To Gmail?
Googles Chrome 69, is the newest version released by the company. You might have noticed that your chrome browser now has all round edges, round buttons, is faster than before and can load pages quickly. If yes thats Chrome 69.
Thats not it, Chrome 69 has a lot more exciting features with its new updated browser, but what could actually make you feel really insecure is because of its new sneaking features which will automatically log you into Chrome and start recording all your datas like your browsing history and then later link better advertisement related to that content along with your account.
This was first noticed by Matthew Green a professor at Johns Hopkins University and cryptographer. He wrote about it on his blog under the title Why I am done with chrome and wrote From now on, every time you log into a Google property (for example, Gmail), Chrome will automatically sign the browser into your Google account for you. Itll do this without asking, or even explicitly notifying you.”
For instance, you are looking into low budget Smartphones, then Chrome 69 reads details related to pages you have visited for budget Smartphones and then starts displaying your account with the advertisement that was similar to your previous search. That is it will simply start displaying your account with bunches of budget Smartphones that you can buy.
Usually, chrome can be accessed in two modes, one of the basic mode and the other will be signed-in mode. The basic mode is when you use chrome without logging in. that is accessing all its services like Gmail, Google map without signing into your main Google account. But the signed-in mode is when you have signed up into chrome and it will explicitly keep and track of your datas like browsing history, passwords, cloud setting and passwords. A plus point on using signed-up mode will allow you to resume your work, from where you left off.