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Google Chrome...

Sends the name of the file you're downloading to Google for whitelist checking; stores your IP address associated with the file for a few weeks

Every URL you even begin to type in the address bar is sent to Google, in whole or in fragments, for auto-completion purposes.

Connects to Google every 30 minutes to download a list of malicious URLs, so the fact that you even have Chrome open is transmitted to Google.

Asks you to login to your Google account, so your browsing tabs, history, etc. is stored on Google servers.

Connects to websites in the background before you are even finished typing them in, without your explicit instruction.

Contains an RLZ identifier, an encoded string sent together with all queries to Google.

Summary: There is nothing, nothing, you can do in Chrome that isn't transmitted to Google through some channel.

Welcome to the botnet.

EDIT: And Bing isn't any different you piece of soykaf.

Don't know what other search engine to use? Try DuckDuckGo or StartPage.

Need an alternative browser? Use Firefox or even better Pale Moon, which is a even safer fork of Firefox.

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