In the process of allowing access to this media, session identifiers and licenses may be stored locally.
These identifiers can be cleared by the user in Chrome using Clear Browsing Data with “Media licenses” enabled.
"Beta," "Dev," or "Canary" versions of Chrome let you test new features still being created in Chrome.
This Privacy Notice applies to all versions of Chrome, but might not be up-to-date for features still under development.
For example, the web app will appear in your list of installed apps. Usage statistics contain information such as preferences, button clicks, and memory usage.
On Android, if supported by the merchant, Chrome will also allow you to pay using Android Pay. In order to customize your browsing experience based on languages that you prefer to read, Chrome will keep a count of the most popular languages of the sites you visited.This information might include: The personal information that Chrome stores won't be sent to Google unless you choose to store that data in your Google Account by signing in to Chrome. Sites that you visit using Chrome will automatically receive standard log information, including your system’s IP address and data from cookies or similar technologies.Signing in enables Chrome’s synchronization feature. In general, the fact that you use Chrome to access Google services, such as Gmail, does not cause Google to receive any additional personally identifying information about you.You can change whether usage statistics and crash reports are sent to Google at any time. If Google Play apps are enabled on your Chromebook and Chrome usage statistics are enabled, then Android diagnostic and usage data is also sent to Google. Some websites encrypt media to protect against unauthorized access and copying.For HTML5 sites, this key exchange is done using the Encrypted Media Extensions API.