How to disable privacy sensitive features in Google Chrome
By Martin Brinkmann on November 9, 2013
It is likely that one of the core reasons for creating Google Chrome in the first place was a desire to use it to collect user data. While Google has already services in place that allow the company to do so, a web browser would provide Google with additional data that its services are not able to collect.
It comes as no surprise that Chrome communicates a lot with Google during regular browsing sessions, and while the connection attempts serve a purpose -- like checking websites you visit against a phishing and malware database -- it also provides Google with information at the same time...great guide here.
Control privacy settings in Google Chrome
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