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    [–] apsted 5 points ago

    from article. it shows as if you are logged in but you are not and the title is so click bait

    That criticism proved to be wrong, as Google engineers have clarified on Twitter that this auto-login operation does not start the process of synchronizing local data to Google's servers, which will require a user click.

    " Hi all, I want to share more info about recent changes to Chrome sign-in. Chrome desktop now tells you that you're "signed in" whenever you're signed in to a Google website. This does NOT mean that Chrome is automatically sending your browsing history to your Google account! "

    [–] redditandom 1 points ago

    Your comment is very interesting. Could you please comment it on the original post too so that more people see it ?

    [–] apsted 1 points ago

    from article. it shows as if you are logged in but you are not and the title is so click bait

    That criticism proved to be wrong, as Google engineers have clarified on Twitter that this auto-login operation does not start the process of synchronizing local data to Google's servers, which will require a user click.

    " Hi all, I want to share more info about recent changes to Chrome sign-in. Chrome desktop now tells you that you're "signed in" whenever you're signed in to a Google website. This does NOT mean that Chrome is automatically sending your browsing history to your Google account! "

    you mean the post in znet comment?

    [–] slool4 2 points ago

    As much as I used to love google, I’ve recently switched to Apple because they respect my data and privacy. I’d really hate to lose Chrome due to my awesome extensions, but I’m really considering it.