• Chrome for Android will make it easier to manage sites' permissions

    14 days ago - By The Verge

    Google is updating Chrome for Android's permissions controls to make per-site permissions easier to access and manage. The update, available to Chrome on Android users, makes it faster to change what information a site can and cannot access. Tapping the lock button, then tapping Permissions will show a list of what the site is allowed to access, along with toggles to enable or disable them as you want. Google also says that there's an upcoming feature that will let you “forget” the site from your browsing history, which is in the same vein as its recent feature allowing you to wipe the...
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  • Google is making it easier to manage permissions in Chrome on a site-by-site basis

    Google is making it easier to manage permissions in Chrome on a site-by-site basis

    14 days ago - By Engadget

    HTTPS-related enhancements aren't the only improvements coming to Chrome soon. On Tuesday, Google detailed a handful of smaller tweaks it plans to roll out to Chrome on Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS in the coming weeks. Google To start, the company says it's making it easier to track individual site permissions. By tapping the lock icon in the address bar , you'll be able to see if you've granted a website access to your location, microphone, camera and other sensitive information, and easily toggle those on and off. In the coming weeks, Google also plans to add an option here...
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