Google Chrome does not want user rights

This story started on an American blog and spread like smoke to all sides: Google, through the terms of use of Chrome, could come to “assume the rights of everything that was done using the company’s browser”.

Of course, it bubbled in the minds of several users that the company Google could request their blogs, profiles, accounts, passwords and everything. To deny the fact, Google “spokesman” Matt Cutts explained on his blog that this term of use is almost always present in all Google products, even in specific ones where it does not apply.

In response, Rebecca Ward of the Senior Product Council for Google Chrome said that she is working to remove the term of service quote as soon as possible. According to Googler, the changes will be retroactive to all users who have already downloaded the product.