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Google Is Going to Eliminate Chrome Extensions Which Abuse Users’ Information

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Good news for us: Google will soon tighten his security and protect user rights by eliminating the extensions of Chrome that need personal information and use it for unknown purposes. For anyone who bothered with the Chrome extensions notice box, it would be a great change.

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GOOGLE IS FINALLY MAKING CHROME EXTENSIONS MORE SECURE

Actually, it’s not a new announcement, as promised in May. Google asked its Chrome Extensions to find out solutions for the interference to the users’ information without permission. By that, Google tried to lower their abuse of personal information and cut down its functionality. In a stronger action, they even posted privacy policies to ensure the process. However, it seems not very efficient. For months, there were still no significant changes when Chrome extensions still appear to bother users work. 

Now with the new announcement to take control of Chrome extensions, Google can take another step forward its purposes. According to the new policy, when any Chrome extensions do not meet the provisions given by Google to make sure about the security of users information, they will be removed from the Chrome Web Store. In the meantime, all the new extensions submissions which do not follow the policy will also be eliminated, for example

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The Best Chrome Extensions for Online Safety and Security

 extensions like CS:GO (Counter Strike Global Offensive) users and are advertised as helpers for executing Steam trades and bet bots for skin betting sites, it’s preferable to opt for Using Web Scraper Chrome Extension, this tutorial will show you how to extract football betting odds from NFL Futures NJ. This scraper will extract odds of a draw, home and away win for an NFL league from any country. 

Google has worked tirelessly to ensure a secure experience with Chrome, but its safeguards don’t necessarily extend to extensions as one security firm has discovered.

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