Chrome browser guarantees users a large percentage of security while browsing the Internet without affecting their privacy, as the browser launches notifications alerting the user that the site he is visiting may be dangerous.
Despite the security feature that Chrome browser provides to users, it does not send a list of the sites you visit to Google, which preserves your privacy to a great extent. Instead, Chrome keeps a local list of the sites you visit for comparison at a later time.
According to experts, you do not need to provide any personal information to use Chrome, but Chrome has different modes that you can use, each with its own privacy practices, the most important of which is the most used basic browser mode.
In basic mode, Chrome stores the URLs of the pages you visit, contains a cache of text, images, and other resources from those pages, and if network action prediction is turned on, it shows a list of some IP addresses linked from those pages.
Personal information that Chrome stores will only be sent to Google if you choose to store that data in your Google account by turning on sync, or in the case of passwords, payment cards and billing information, Android Police said.
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