CNET: Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say

CNET: Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say. “Google reportedly tweaked how its Chrome sign-in process works with its latest redesign, by logging users into the browser when they access a Google site. The Chrome account system, known as Sync, links your Google account to the browser and allows you to upload your history, passwords, bookmarks, and other data to Google’s servers.”