He added that some of the steps include providing one-tap access to Google account across major products and services, and extending incognito mode to products like Search and Maps.
"We recognise that we have an obligation to have the strongest possible policies and procedures that govern access to data and sharing of data with third party developers, for example.
"Last year, we announced a number of policy updates regarding developer access to information that were further restricting the ability of information to be shared," he said.
Enright said the company is now making additional changes that will mandate developers to only request access to only that data that is necessary for the implementation of features in their Chrome extensions.
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