Bad days with Chrome 69 is to end up sooner in its next release, Chrome 70. With the prior version to this, there was a huge outcry about browser to force users login to Chrome when a user tends to login one of Google services, like Google.com, Gmail.com, Youtube.com, etc. later, the outcry even reported about cookies policy with Google Chrome 69. Under this term, if user tries to delete all cookies from browsers, it didn’t properly remove Google’s own authentication cookies saved under prior version of Chrome.
At this point, it’s no wrong to say that Chrome users are quite sad about such problems. Even Google reportedly appears to listen those users and recently decided to address these issues with their browser’s prior version, and the fix will be updated in Chrome 70. The new version is all set to be released in middle of October, 2018.
According to official’s blog, the manager of Chrome, Mr. Zake Koch explains the changes made with Chrome 69 was completely based on user’s own feedbacks and also with good intentions, but, will be rolled back in the next version to offer users with more control over how their browser acts.
According to his blog, Koch explained the changes which includes a “Allow Chrome sign-in” toggle setting, that will allow users to disable unwanted automatic sign in to Chrome when any Google service is logged in.
Also, there will be clear indication about to explain you if you are logged in, whether the sync is enabled or not. The settings will appear in the manner as shown in the image below.
So, It’s really now a good news for Chrome users that if they delete browser cookies in Chrome’s next release, the browser will delete all of them including Google’s own authentication cookies as well. And a user like you will be easily able to address your own privacy with new updates of Chrome.