Google will remove shady data-stealing Chrome extensions starting October 15

Get the Full StoryGoogle is making good on its root-and-branch review of third-party developer access to user data. The company has now said its new policy for Minimum Permission and updated User Data policy will be enforced starting October 15, 2019 in other words, Chrome will no longer support sketchy extensions that gather data on your browsing activity. Back in May, the internet giant had annouced it would begin cracking down on Chrome extensions that abuse your personal information. To that effect, it had urged all developers to post privacy policies and rework their Chrome extensions to request only minimum permissions without compromising This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google