Chrome 69 accesses your account every time you sign in to a Google service

Though the benefits are great with Chrome, for some reason mostly privacy, you would not want such action.

Google’s latest browser version, Chrome 69, brings some of the much-needed changes but also one that may not be likable.

Users who sign in to one of Google’s services or websites will automatically log in to Chrome.

In the past, you could log in to Gmail, Youtube, or other Google websites without having to log into browsers.

Though the benefits are great with Chrome, for some reason mostly privacy, you would not want such action.

That’s because when you’ve finished checking your Gmail, you should not forget to disconnect from Chrome browser.

If you are a regular user of Chrome services and browsers, the change in question does not have to worry so much.

But one thing is for sure that there are many users who do not like the idea that Google can collect their data and then do the same thing they did with email reading in Gmail to improve their service advertising.

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